Getting your new iOS app reviewed by a popular app review site is a great way to enhance your marketing efforts. The only problem is that it’s not easy to get your app reviewed by big blogs. We’ve rounded up four smaller, yet top quality review sites that you should check out.
This site runs in association with Yahoo and it provides an app discovery service for both iOS and Android users. One of the main advantages of Appolicious is its strong user community. Plus there are professional journalists who do the actual reviews.
AppReviewMe is a pretty unique peer review service for iOS apps. Basically, it’s a new way to share reviews with other app developers. You give a review and then you receive a review. It’s that simple. You can get unlimited reviews and honest feedback from the developer community.
AppAdvice is a pretty good app discovery tool for iPhone and iPad apps. What you get is app reviews and app lists that help users find the apps they want. The team is friendly and they are happy to get review requests from iPhone app developers.
This used to be an Android-only service, but they’ve evolved into a catalogue of both iOS and Android apps. You can get all sorts of app discovery services from AppsZoom including a review, app analysis and app promotion. All for a reasonable price.
These four alternative app review sites will help you jump-start your app marketing campaign and get your app noticed.