appbackr built a data-driven ranking system that analyzes an app’s behaviors, technical performance, and user sentiment – including user reviews, user ratings, and downloads – to measure how well an app does what it’s supposed to do.
That information, based on publicly available data from Google Play, is compiled into an app's 0-10 value: the appscore, saving you time by giving you access to the data and insight to find the apps you want.
appbackr is systematically tagging and compiling the world’s app information through the App Anatomy® Project. This effort uses our technology to build the App Index™, the most comprehensive analysis of the app ecosystem.
On the Google Chrome browser, install the appscore for Chrome extension from the Chrome Web Store. The extension overlays the appscore for each Android app when you’re browsing the Google Play App Store.
The appscore for Chrome extension makes finding the apps you want simple.
appscore measures apps based on appbackr’s proprietary technical evaluation, including publicly available data on GooglePlay® and other app stores.
Apps that are not yet in stores can be scored by submitting your app to our review process, which can take 24-72 business week hours based on current capacity.
A developer’s updates to an app - bug fixes and enhanced design or user experience for example - can improve its appscore. This can happen via the app’s technical evaluation, and changes to user response in reviews and ratings, which are automatically run by appbackr after the updated app has been published to Google Play.
appscore learns what sells and what drives more sales -- appbackr collects data on partner channel activity, and with our algorithm we can suggest apps that are more likely to succeed with a partner's customer base.