Launch Your Android App to GOOGLE DEVELOPER CONSOLE in 2020

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Do you Wanna Publish your app on google play store? The Google Developer Console can help you. Google Developer Console is where you can upload and manage your Android apps. This article explains some of the different ways that it can be used.

Which is better? Google Play Store or Apple App Store?

Google Play Store vs Apple App Store

Apple App Store

  • The App Store has only allowed the top-quality apps to pass since it was released and has thus gained a reputation for excellence. This could be pleasing to the user community as they can only use the best versions of any given app. But, for web developers, it’s nothing short of a nightmare that needs to invest more time in making their app reach Apple’s standards.
  • • On the iOS store, a developer has to pay a heavy $100 annually for each app that they publish. As a result, apps to the Apple store are more costly. Having guaranteed superior quality apps also helps to justify the price tag that has been inflated.

Google Play Store

•  On the other hand, apps have very little chance of being turned down on Android. That gives app developers the opportunity to experiment on a larger platform with their idea. But, the problem here is that since everyone gets the chance to try their hand at development, there’s a greater chance that users will install buggy apps that cause security concerns.

While Apple sees a choice of better-quality apps, Android has a wider range of apps to choose from. It is up to you now to decide if you prefer quality over quantity.

•  Google, on the other hand, charges only a one-time fee of $20, giving Android app developers the freedom to publish as many apps they need. The atmosphere on the Play Store is much looser, and users have a much better time for app shopping.

Create a Google Play Console/Store listing

The product page of your app is created within the Google Developer Console. This page needs to persuade users to download your app, which can be done by creating captivating screenshots and videos that highlight the benefits and features of your app.

You can also upload these assets to the Google Play Developer Console where you can also make edits to your Play Store listing.

Release your app to users

Upload this from the Google Developer Console when your Android app is ready for launch. The app stays in draft mode until it’s published. Once published, expect your app to show up in the store within a couple of hours.

Any app improvements are published using the console, and when those updates can be downloaded, the current users of your app will be informed. You can also give users the option of setting up automatic updates every time you make changes to your app.

If you’re nervous about releasing your app, you can use the Google Developer Console to stage its rollout, limiting the availability of your app to a set percentage of users.

This will prevent you from getting overwhelmed by any potential issues that may arise after users download your app. Just keep an eye on the feedback as they come up and address issues.

Target specific locations

You can use the Google Play Developer Console to select the countries and territories where your app will be offered. Go a step further by selecting certain carriers within the countries you are distributing your application to target. This prevents users from downloading your app outside of their targeted locations.

Also, the Google Developer Console gives you the opportunity to locate your store listing and increase its effectiveness to encourage users to download your application. This is accomplished by tailoring the description, screenshots and other elements of your app for each specific location.

Monetize your app

Whether you are selling your app or offering it at no cost, you can give users the opportunity to make in-app purchases. Google Wallet Merchant Account must be linked to your Developer Account.

Use the Google Play Developer Console to set all the prices, whether for your app, products, or subscriptions. Google Play In-App Billing is needed to be able to sell products and subscriptions.

You have the option of setting a default price that will automatically translate to a local price for each region where your app is available, or you can select a different price for your products at each location.

When deciding whether to offer your app for free or not, remember that free apps can not be changed into paid apps. Paying apps can be made free though.

Conduct data analysis

The Google Developer Console allows you to analyze the performance of your app. It provides information such as:

  • Active installs
  • Total installs
  • Daily installs
  • Uninstalls
  • Upgrades

The Google Play Developer Console analytics can be filtered by:

  • App version
  • Device
  • Country
  • Language
  • Carrier

Google Play Developer Console analytics also offers charts to help analyze your results. And your ability to access crash reports and user feedback will alert you to any problems that need to be addressed.

The Google Developer Console makes it easy to install and run your app. But users need to be able to find your app after it has been launched.

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