To creating some from the Android app development is although not that easy as it is from blog or YouTube videos, but it is worthwhile. The Android application development requires specific set of skills and a bit of experience. As the number of the Android developers are not as much in abundance as the Bloggers and Vloggers are. Therefore, the money that app development generates, is far more in amount. App development will help you to generate far more money than the blogs but only at one condition which is that your app should be good enough.
But it is not that easy and requires long-term commitment which only few can provide. The failure is also a part of the deal. So if you are consistent, determined and persistent then you will not only earn a lot of money in Android development but the money you generate will also be of passive income. There are many ways to learn about how to make money from Android apps.
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Earn Money from advertisement
By advertising different ads on your Android app, you can earn money online. The amount you earn depends upon the number of the users using your application. You don’t have to worry about of finding the ads and placing it on your app. There are several advertising network for apps that you can join and where these advertising networks going to manage the advertisement, which will be displayed on your application.
Few of the advertising networks such AdMob and inMobi can provide you with the good rates for the ads. While there are also an options that you can use the ads from several diverse advertising networks by signing up for ad exchanges.
Earn by selling features
This technique can work after you have tried the one mentioned above. After placing your app at the Play Store for free, people will download it. Once you get reasonable downloads and the audience, you will create some of its other premium features that you have had in your mind previously and this time you are gonna charge people for these exclusive features of your application. If you are thinking that will it work? The answer is, absolutely, because people have become habitual of relying on to your app, you had offered previously and now they need the features to make their usage convenient. Obviously the premium features should be of next level and add some value in the user’s life.
Use alternatives Android Store
If you cannot have desired ad rates, the ad network is offering or can’t cut away the prices you are selling your app at, then the best option is to enhance the exposure of your app by using the services of several different Android App Stores. There are alternative options of Google Play Store, on which you can surely publish your app but after which you should go for some other stores such as Android Market, Amazon App Store, Baidu App store, Aproov, Insyde App, MobiHand and BrainApp (however the BrainApp is only for the US users), for more detailed options on these Android Store. Read also: Android Gamecube emulator
By placing you app at different stores will give you the exposure of audience from diverse segments and you will have a great magnitude of potential customers belongs to a wide range of demographics.
Earn from free trail
Selling your application at the first place may not attract as much user as it will with the label of freemium. Either Android apps or games, the rule applies to both. We have seen that we are usually more attracted to free software and games, even if they later charge us for some extra features. You can apply the same rule to the apps you gonna sell.
Provide a free trail version with very limited time if it’s an app. But in the case of games, things can be more tempting for the users. You can provide first 3 levels for free and later can charge for the more. But remember in case of the games, it only works if your free trail experience is engaging enough.
As we have seen in the games like clash of clans, players can make it to the end without expanding a single penny but if they want to make the yearly proceedings into days they have to pay for it but not much. Mostly this works well for the gamer’s psychology because we are repelled from games and apps that make it a compulsion to spend money.