September 10, 2011
Android fans, now you can get top-quality apps and games with the new subscription service AppScribe. Launching later this month, AppScribe aims to provide value to the rapidly growing Android market, which boasts nearly 300,000 apps and games.
While this rapid growth sounds great, Google’s low barrier to entry has allowed the Android market to become flooded with spam, games and apps of low quality and malware. Android users have become frustrated trying to find what they’re looking for in this overwhelming marketplace. Faced with trying to promote their games and apps amongst the clutter, some developers have raised prices for their products, making it difficult for any developer to break even, much less make a profit in this space.
That’s where AppScribe comes in. The service helps narrow down the selection process by encouraging consumers to choose what games and apps are featured. Each app or game is evaluated and tested before being included in the AppScribe library. This curation process will help customers find what they’re looking for while avoiding low quality products.
AppScribe subscribers will have access to the entire AppScribe library of apps and games for a price roughly equivalent to purchasing one game per month. Developers can benefit from participating in AppScribe through increased exposure and an innovative revenue model.
To learn more about AppScribe and to sign up for launch notification, you can visit AppScribe’s website.
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