Your app's score is the key to getting offers from app stores and helps in getting you top placement.
appscore is a quality score which drives discovery, distribution and incentives for developers' apps. appscore is the foundation of Xchange which provides incentives and rewards to developers. Developers get incentives to port apps and to promote their apps on partner sites operated by carriers, OEMs and other third parties.
appbackr appscore scores apps based on a variety of factors including publicly available data on GooglePlay®, The App Store®, The Chrome® Store and others.
Incentives are based on two primary factors, the appscore (appbackr’s proprietary rating methodology) which scores apps based on their performance and the number of downloads achieved.
appscore learns what sells and drivers more sales -- we collect data on what sells on their channels and using our algorithm we can therefore suggest apps that are more likely to sell to their customers
Apps that are not yet in stores can be score using a review process that takes up to 24-72 business week hours based on current capacity.
Other factors such as demand for the app by a given platform also may affect the amount of incentive.
Since typically the goal of the incentive is to achieve an app porting to the platform. Therefore, the incentive amount may fluctuate as part of A/B testing intended to achieve the highest conversion rate.
Also, the amount available in the incentive pool provided by the store or platform is finite. The incentives may be recalibrated as the supply is met for a given category, app type or even appscore. The incentive amount may also be affected by when during the life of a campaign the incentive is offered. For instance, a platform may offer a greater amount early in the campaign to stimulate activity and then decrease the incentive as the pool of funds is consumed.
Consumers use the appscore on our site to search for quality apps by keyword or name.