So you want to have an app reviewed by Android Central? Great! 'Cause we love reviewing apps. But as you can imagine, there are a lot of apps out there, and only so many hours in the day. Here are a few suggestions to make sure your app gets noticed.
- Include your contact information. At the very least, an e-mail address.
- Skip the wind-up. What's the name of your app, and what does it do? We appreciate brevity.
- Include a link to your app. If it's in the Android Market, include the Market link.
- Screen shots are a plus. And first impressions are everything. Make sure they're good.
- And if you're showing us a demo video, make sure it's not of the same app on an iPhone. We'll reject those on principle, ya know?
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