Click the picture to access the full list of iphone app review sites to promote ios apps (iPhone/iPad/iPod) with a dynamic update of the alexa ranking
As an iOS developer one of the best criteria to choose which of the existing iphone app review sites to contact to promote an app would be to know their monthly pageviews (number of pages viewed by the users each month). Since this data is not public, it’s common practice to use Alexa Rankings (even if Alexa results should be analysed with caution because of the methodology).
Such lists of iphone app review sites already exist a little everywhere, but they are published only once a year (for instance Johann Dowa in http://maniacdev.com/2012/05/ios-app-review-sites/) and since they look up manually for the alexa rankings, the real ranking can vary a lot between websites within just a few weeks.
That’s why I decided to create this list of iphone app review sites with dynamic daily update of the Alexa rankings and relative variations in rankings. You’ll find hereunder a picture of the head of pareto, as seen in November 2012. If you click on the picture (or this link: iPad and iPhone app review sites – The list to promote iOS apps with dynamic Alexa rankings) then you’ll access the list automatically updated each day (the date of the last update is written just above the table).
Here’s how I selected those iphone app review sites:
- The should have a specific section/page dedicated to iphone app reviews or ipad app reviews that shouldn’t be hard to find from the homepage,
- The should have a decent Alexa Ranking (for a generalist app review website it means way under 2 000 000),
- There should be an easy/clear way for developers to submit their app for review,
- The probability for indie developers to get their app reviewed should be significant (yes, it’s pretty subjective here !).
As long as other iphone app review sites comply with these rules, they can possibly be included in that list, whatever the language/country: please don’t hesitate to request that I add new websites by using the comments of this page. Since the blog has an anti-spam filter, don’t use the <A> symbols.
I hope my friends developers will find it useful!