If you’re a first-time app developer, you might feel a little overwhelmed with the process of getting your product on the Google Play Store.
The important thing to take away from this information is that not just anyone can join the Start on Android program. There’s actually an application process you need to go through in order to be accepted into the program.
Once accepted, though, you’ll gain access to exclusive benefits, such as private feedback from professionals, A/B testing with trained product experts, and input on your UI/UX from the Google Play editorial team.
According to Google, the Start on Android program has already had a lot of success stories. Hundreds of developers have graduated from the program including 2017 Android app of the year, Socratic, Product Hunt’s 2017 mobile app of the year, Astro (an email app bought by Slack and then promptly shut down), and Google Play’s “Standout Startup” for 2018, Canva, to name just a few.
If you are interested in applying to the Start on Android program, click the button below:
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