Learn How to Make Money with your New Android App

By Snigdha | Last Updated on August 7th, 2018 12:40 pm

Nowadays mobile applications are in flourishing state. There are some designers who love to make apps in their free time while some people make these apps just for the sake to have additional income. Those people who make apps just for their enjoyment can also earn some extra money if they want. These days a lot of ways are being introduced to earn money by making your own apps.

The top most way to earn some additional fund is the paid apps. Recently there are various apps that are going for about $0.99 or $1.99. Though it is not a big amount but suppose if there are 100,000 users who are downloading your app, you may earn a good amount between 99000 and 199,000. Even after google takes its share, you may earn a huge amount that may be in the millions. There are some sites that do paid app reviews just to weed out some of the apps. Because of this the customers are highly benefitted as they get a chance to go through and check out the reviews of the apps.

Advertising plays a key role in making money for many people nowadays. There are many sites that are making huge bucks from Ads and even You Tubers. So, it is of utmost importance to place these Ads in a correct way to earn a huge amount. You can also add an Ad-free version of the app that is paid. This will enable even those people to use the apps who do not want to see the Ads. Additionally, there are various mobile Ad networks with the help of whom you can get advertising in your apps. There are various mobile Ad networks which include Madvertise, Appspot and many more. Along with them the most famous mobile Ad network is Admob as it is owned by Google and it works on Adsense.

Posting your apps on forum sites is a better way to get exposure for your apps. This will help you in increasing the number of users for the app. Sites like XDA are the prominent ones for promoting the apps as they have numerous android users who always want new apps to check out. Lastly, it is advisable to do beta testing of your app before posting it in the Play Store.

About The Author

The Content Head at Appy Pie, Snigdha has had a passion for writing since she can remember and feels lucky for making it her career. With a total experience of 12 years, she has dedicated the last 6 years to hard-core content writing and management. She actively writes about all things related to Social Media & more. In her spare time, she would either love to read curled up on the couch or take a bag of necessities (including a good book) and drive off into the sunset.

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