May 16th, 2009, 02:38 PM
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This is my first post here.
I've just launched an application called "myPocketProf" - its basically an application that helps anyone studying to load their study notes on our database and view them in a very organised and hierarchical manner on their phone. Coupled with this, we've included past exam papers, and this is growing.
I started to develop this after I realised how much time people can lose when installing applications that only seem to change the settings of other applications; and I felt really bad for students who may not have time to spare during their exam periods. I would honestly hope that they can make use of this application before their exams - but what can I do to advertise this application?
I would just like to ask a few things:
a) Would the ideal place to host this be under "Reference" or "Lifestyle"?
b) If I change between both, would that add it in two places? or one?
c) How would users get a chance to even see this app if 100's of other apps are being added everyday?
d) Is Google going to create more software directories for more specific applications like ours? Is there a plan for this, or are they going to keep their current structure?
The software is still in Beta release and is FREE; however, we haven't heard any feedback (well, negative feedback) from anyone, and we really need users to comment. Is there a way to "force them" to actually give feedback when installing an application?
Thanks for any advice you can share.
Also, if you have downloaded it, your feedback would be invaluable!
Last edited by bassilli; May 16th, 2009 at 02:45 PM.