APP review sites submission service to 140+ Android review sites

We submit your APP/GAME to 140+ Android app review sites

It’s exciting to have your app published on Google Play after months (or years) of hard work. With over 3 million published apps, yours will most likely go unnoticed if you don’t have the resources to promote your app (ad budgets to have an app in top 25 exceed $200,000). After several weeks when nothing happens in terms of downloads/revenue, you start to lose hope. One of the solutions is to submit your app to as many Android app review sites as possible. This is where I can help, instead of you spending time researching what sites to submit to and actually do the app submissions, you can let me do this for you. You save precious time doing something else while an app review request for your app is sent to 140+ Android review sites. NOTE: IF your app is paid you must provide promo codes to unlock the full version or a freemium version.

Buy Now – $99.99
APP Submission service status (): AVAILABLE

What problem does this solve?

App marketing is one of the biggest challenges for you as an app developer. It’s not because you wouldn’t be good at it if you spent enough time researching, it’s because your time is more valuable than doing mundane tasks such as contacting app review sites.
Would you rather spend dozens of hours writing code OR hunting down for Android app review websites and contacting them?
In 99.99% of the cases the answer to this question is “writing code”. There are indeed big companies that have big marketing budgets and they do everything in-house, but a lot of indie app/game developers have a job and do development in their spare time, rather than marketing their apps (which is good, you should do what you’re best at).

I studied the pattern of app review requests I receive and most app developers send emails in week-ends. Discussing with some of them I discovered that’s when they actually have some spare time. If you do this too this means you just take from your development or precious family time to do something you don’t really like. I can help marketing your app by submitting app review requests in your name.

What you get

All I need from you is a Google Play url and I will handle the rest. After payment is processed I’ll start working on the app review request submission and send you a report once this process is finished – up to 2 working days but usually faster than that. Here’s what you get by purchasing this AppPromotion Premium Package:

  • Your app will be submitted to 140+ Android app review sites (games will be submitted actually to 160+ sites). Delivery time is up to 2 working days but usually I try to finish it in less than 2 days.
  • Submissions are manually processed so no automation at all. It’s just as you would do it, manually visiting each site and sending your review request. When the submission process is finished you will receive a detailed report.
  • The total cost for this service is $119 $99.99.
  • BONUS 1: Your app will be featured on (if it is a game it will also be featured on
  • BONUS 2: Your app will be mentioned on my official AndroidB Facebook page.
  • BONUS 3: Your app will be listed on the AndroidB Google+ community & shared in a dedicated Apps & Games Collection
  • BONUS 4: You will receive a list of Android app submission sites with over 350 listings sorted by popularity, with observations and contact information. It contains sites that accept email/online form submissions, sites that require account creation (i.e. forums), stores and publishers and social media accounts. For most of the app review sites there are social channel links listed as well (Facebook/Twitter/Google+).
  • BONUS 5: You will receive a list of 70 Google+ communities (with up to 1.6 million members in total) that let you promote your app or game and also more than 100 Facebook groups.
  • BONUS 6: I install and analyze your app as well as its listing page to send a personalized app-store optimization report (ASO). This contains tips to help you get a better ranking in Google Play.

Here are some answers to the most popular questions I receive:

Q: Will you sell me just the list of updated sites?
A: If you don’t want me to do the submission for you then yes, you can purchase just the list. To do so visit this url and make the payment ($29.99): Buy the big list of Android review sites. This is exactly what this list contains right now: 88 sites that accept submissions via email, 114 sites that accept online submissions, 70 sites and forums that require accounts, 57 sites for stores and publishers and 28 social links. So in total over 350 links.

Q: How many websites will publish my app/game?
A: I cannot guarantee how many of the websites contacted will publish your app. In the lists I have there are very few websites that publish your app instantly without verifying it first (3-4), usually the other ones that publish will do so after a number of days, though I can’t tell you how much will do so due to factors I cannot control. I do guarantee that your app/game will be published to the social media accounts mentioned above, but please understand that there’s no guarantee on how many other sites will publish your app/game (aside the instant listings). This service is intended to save you time, give you an accurate list of sites as well as advices on what to do next to market your app.

Q: How will I know where the app was submitted?
A: After the submission process is finished I send you a report, an Excel file that contains several sheets grouped by the type of sites I submitted to (i.e. sites with email addresses, sites with online forms). The Excel file has well over 250+ sites that you can decide if you want to publish to or not, I only submit to the sites that are a good fit for your app or game (i.e. I don’t submit a business app to a game only review sites). You can see a screenshot below with a snippet of how that looks (I blurred out some contact information for privacy issues)

A partial screenshot with the report I send

A partial screenshot with the report I send

Q: How do I know for sure that you submit the app?
A: I take the submission process very seriously as honesty is one of my main characteristics (or flaws, depending on how you look at this 😉 ). After I fill in all the details for a site that has an online form, I take a screenshot. I also take screenshots for the sites that I contact via email. I deliver a zip file with all the screenshots (usually 80+ screenshots) along with the report. Plus, as I use the email address you provide for contact, you’ll receive dozens of replies from the submission sites (some with confirmation, others with promotional messages).

Zip file with png screenshots of sites I submitted to

Zip file with png screenshots of sites I submitted to

Q: What do you need from me to start the submission?
A: I need the URL of the app/game, an email address that I will use as a contact address when contacting websites and lastly a name to use for contacting the websites. Thus, you are the one receiving the replies from the submission websites.

Q: How accurate is the list of websites?
A: I review the list of websites several times per week. Right now it has well over 250+ websites in there that I manually curate. I can guarantee that your app will be submitted to at least 140 websites (games to a bit more review sites), as I only contact the sites that your app is a good match for. For instance I won’t submit your app to a listing site that only accepts games, nor I would submit a game to a site that only lists educational apps. Furthermore, I don’t submit to sites that only accept paid submissions. When the submission process is completed you will receive an excel file with all the mentioned websites, with columns that show their popularity and also observations regarding each website (i.e. which ones accept only games). After analyzing my competition I can tell you that I have the most accurate list of Android submission websites.

Q: I have an iOS app/game, do you have a list of iOS review sites too or only Android?
A: I do have a list of iOS review sites too, if you are interested in that just contact me and I can submit your app to iOS sites too.

Do you have any other questions regarding this app review request service? Feel free to post a comment or send me an email and I’ll reply as soon as possible.

If you still want to do a manual submission by yourself leave a comment and I’ll post a link to a page where I list multiple sites with their contact information (where applicable). This at least will help you get started faster. However, if your time is better spent programming, here’s the order URL again in case you’ve missed it above:

Buy Now – $99.99
APP Submission service status (): AVAILABLE


Almost forgot, here’s some feedback from developers I worked with:

“Really grateful for all your hard work and sweat you put in this mission. If I could describe it in one word it would be “Wow” :-). Not only for the submissions and valuable spreadsheet that I will surely study it and try to follow your tips but also your extensive feedback about the app and the google play listing tips are highly appreciated specially given your experience in the matter which is obviously broad!

Some of them were already in the TODO list but many of them where very precious insights that we will obviously take them very seriously. Still have to get my head fully wrapped around all that amount of information but I can only congratulate you and wish you the very best for you!

I will surely reference you to anybody that requires such services and who knows, maybe we’ll bump into each other one of these days!”

Paulo, Control Space, publisher of Yelo.

“I hope you still remember my lathe machine game :). I need to say that you did miracles for this game. Before you suggested everything, I had approximately 200 downloads per day on Google Play. And now I have between 3000 and 9000 per day:). It brings me from 20 – 40 EUR per day too. I can’t live only from this game but it is a nice starting point. To be short, thank you very much for that!”

Igor Frank, publisher of Lathe Worker game.

“I just reviewed your work and it ALL looks amazing! Thank you for your comments, suggestion and everything else you did for LifeSign, I am honestly honored to be doing work with you one more time!

We will progressively try to implement as much as your suggestions as possible. Thanks for the uploads and the comprehensive excel sheet, this is plain brilliant! I’ll come back to you should I need more help.

If you ever need something as well, please don’t hesitate to contact me personally. You’re baptized a lifetime GOLD user of LifeSign from now on!
Cheers for ALL your help and boosting energy. Have a great rest of the day and an amazing week! It is always a pressure working with you. THANK YOU!”

Petros, CEO, publisher of LifeSign.

“Thank you! I’m getting much more than I expected. The Techcrunch coverage was king. I will follow up on all actions you propose. Thanks a lot.”

Harro Stokman, Euvision Technologies, publisher of Impala.

“I’m very very impressed with your service and I’m not exaggerating if I said that report you sent me for ASO optimization is the best report I have ever received from ASO experts.
I will create action plan based on your suggestions and will be working on it shortly. I will keep you posted with the progress if you do not mind.
Thanks alot and definitely I will recommend your superb service to people I know.”

General Manager @ Softxpert, publisher of Smart Document Scanner.

“Thanks for all your recommendations and all your work, we have been receiving emails all day which is great. I will definitely take this with me to our next meeting with the rest of my team and pick your email apart, addressing each point. As we discuss all the above in our next meeting, if there is anything we are unsure of we will let you know.

We do have another game in the works that is a lot more ambitious than Dodgy blocks, with new ideas / Concepts and mechanics, and its not too far off from being complete. So expect more business from as again in the near future as we are very happy with the services you have provided.

Thanks again for all your help, and please point me in the direction of where I can write a good testimonial about your services.”

Charlie Schembri, Tyrannosoft Media (Partner), publisher of Dodgy Blocks.

“The service you’ve provided is incredible. It’s well beyond what I expected. As someone who is launching an app for the first time, there is no better resource I could ask for. Thank you.

Your e-mail is pretty clear. I got my work cut out for the next few days but if I have any question I’ll definitely get in touch and hopefully you’ll have a moment. Thanks again.”

Vladimir, developer of Less than 8.

“Wow, I have to admit, I wasn’t expecting something as in-depth and informative as this email. It’s really amazing and I sincerely appreciate all of the time you put into writing it up, I have a lot of information to sift through today 🙂

I’ve already modified the GP title/description the best I can as per your suggestions since that was the quickest fix (will take a bit to propagate and update).

Anyway, thanks again! I really appreciate all the work you’ve done, this service was truly worth the price and went above and beyond my expectations.”

Ralph, developer of Stick Nodes.

“Much appreciated your experience and impressive comprehensive work to help promote my android app – thank you! The tips, guidance and links are really useful as well – I will definitely listen to what you say – very helpful!

Daniel Hodge creator of Bling It On!.

“I want to thank you so much for your excellent and professional work. You did everything you promised and so much more. Your advice is invaluable and will absolutely be implemented. I would highly recommend your service to any developer!”

Jo Goldstein, LuckyFish, publisher of OMG! Fortune Free Slots.

“As a one man development studio, this service has helped me satisfy multiple roles including marketing, press outreach, and app store optimization, that would have been difficult jobs to do alone. Great person to work with and an excellent + thorough communicator. Would use again!”

Jeff Ahking, Wolphox, publisher of Fartiste.

“Wow, that’s fantastic information Claudiu! Looks like I’ve still got a lot of work to do. Best $100 I think I’ve ever spent right there. Ill be sure to recommend your service to other people (although I imagine you’re already quite busy).”

James Carmichael, developer of Hardkour.

“This is extremely useful information! Until now, I only had hunches as to what I could do to improve SEO and other marketing related endeavors. I will take all your suggestions and critiques to heart. I am immensely thankful for all your hard work and the information you shared with me. I do have other apps that are currently in development that I hope we can work together on as well. Much appreciated!”

Michael Wasko, developer of Ultrack.

“Great work Claudiu. I have to say that I have tried 3 or 4 solutions to help me with marketing (and it has cost me far more than I have earned so far) and my first reaction to the service you are providing is ‘WOW’ compared to the others. I will follow your advice to the letter and update my web pages ASAP.”

Gordon Reynolds, publisher of Learn English in context.

“Thanks for the submissions and the Excel sheet! Booth saved me a lot of time. I will follow the tips you give in your mail and simply hope for the best. Until next time then!”

Fancy Factory, publisher of Slice the Ice.

“Thanks for the long and very thorough email. I’m impressed with your level of commitment to this, looks like a job well done!
I will definitely look into your suggestions and probably submit my future apps to you as well for a round of submission.. :)”

Michael Olesen, developer of Jumping Car.

“I can only say wow! Thank you so much for all your help. This is so much more than I expected. This is what I call value for the money. Is there anything I can do for you? I really hope your business is doing great because you surely deserve all the fortune.”

Niklas Bergstrand, developer of Digging Deep.

“I’m simply amazed at your work. This is extremely thorough and professional work. I am still fathoming your suggestions, and have already started on the store translation part.”

Gamiana, publisher of Sunny Leone Teen Patti.

“Thanks for doing the submissions and for all your tips on Android app promotion. I am definitely going to follow up on those!”

Alwin Hoogerdijk, owner of Movie Database.

“Wow, thank you for all of your services and all of the information you have shared with me. Im sure that it will help me greatly as a new app developer.”

Jaydon, publisher of Gravity Ball.

“This is fantastic work that you’ve done, and I appreciate that you did it so fast and left me detailed synopsis and next steps to take. It’s a huge help! I’ll definitely be getting a hold of you again for this work when I complete my next game :)”

Garret, publisher of Squanda.

NOTE: By purchasing this service you accept the Refund Policy and Privacy Policy.

40 Responses

  1. Anwar says:

    Hi Claudiu

    I would really appreciate if you give the link to the sites with their contact information.


  2. AndroidB says:

    Sure Anwar, I sent you an email with a link where you can purchase just the list
    If you want me to help you with that, just let me know ;).

  3. Broken Teapot Studios says:

    I found this site through Bitcoin Black Friday and I want to test out your service, but I can’t figure out how to checkout with Bitcoin.

  4. AndroidB says:

    Sorry about that, a problem with the cache, the bitcoin button is now added.

  5. Broken Teapot Studios says:

    Ok, I see it now! I sent the payment but I’m not sure you have my e-mail address for followup?

    Order BAXZRXXU on Coinbase

  6. AndroidB says:

    Thank you for the order, I received it and sent you an email to the provided address. Let me know if you received the reply.

  7. Balaraman says:

    Hi Claude,
    Awesome effort man. This really saves time!

    I just made the payment. I’m waiting for this work to be done. 🙂

  8. AndroidB says:

    Thank you, I will followup via email shortly.

  9. Balaraman says:

    You really did a great job. It saved me a lot of time. Thanks.

  10. AndroidB says:

    Thank you too for choosing this service.

  11. Jordan says:

    How many followers do you have on your social media sites

  12. Jenny says:

    Hi Claudiu,
    If a website requires images, and I provide you with screenshots, is that included in the service? Do you have experience with gambling apps (our app is free, but is a slots game). While I know there is not guarantee for acceptance of the submission, you know the approximate percentage of acceptance? if you submit to 140 sites, what are the odds are that zero will accept?
    I hope you don’t mind the questions, this service sounds almost too good to be true.
    Thank you!

  13. AndroidB says:

    Hi Jenny,
    The sites I have are grouped in 2 sections some that have an email address and that I contact via email, others (most of them) that require me to visit their site where they have contact forms and where I manually enter every information they ask for. If they need screenshots (some do) I upload 2-3 of them, if they need a thumbnail the same, if they need a facebook/twitter/youtube url and you have one I put those in.

    I don’t have experience particularly with gambling games, though if yours is accepted by Google Play and listed in there then I don’t see any problems.

    Regarding the submissions, I emphasize in the presentation of the service that I don’t offer any guarantees because there’s no way for me to know which review sites (if any) will publish the game. I have a few sites that have instant listings (say around 4 sites) where your game gets published for sure, but those are not highly trafficked sites meaning few downloads from those.
    I launched this service as a way to save developers time from gathering a list and submitting themselves.

  14. It seams interesting.
    How do these websites receive such (semi-)automated submissions?
    I mean, the emails are not really personalized for each website: they could see it and ignore such mails…

  15. AndroidB says:

    The sites that can be contacted only via online forms will receive notifications from their own contact forms on site. Those will show up as coming from the developer as I put in the developer’s email address, name and other details they require (i.e. app description).

    The ones that can be contacted via email will receive a general template which includes an introduction, app description and contact information – again in here they will see the email as coming from the developer itself not from me.

  16. This “general template”: editors could see the template and ignore the mail. Could I provide the email, not templated?

  17. AndroidB says:

    I create the template and send it to the developer for suggestions before starting the submission. So yes, developers can provide the entire template for email submissions if they want to.

  18. Fine!
    I plan to use your service when will end the public beta, start/mid October.

    One last question:
    Some websites (like AndroidPolice) require the game to be already popular before posting to them.
    But I would use your service specifically to get popular.
    Do you have a schedule for websites?
    Eg. a post to a first batch first, then a few days/weeks later, a second batch with websites demanding a popular app…

  19. AndroidB says:

    Hi Sebastien,
    Since the questions get to be more tailored to a specific app, it would be great if you could email me at when it gets closer to a final release and we can discuss details. Usually I contact all sites in the same day, in the idea that they can be contacted again as a followup if they don’t pick up the story.

  20. Ruddy says:

    I will just get straight to the point. What’s the advantage of submitting my app to these review sites? With the same amount of money ($100), i could use it for advertising, getting pay per install downloads, or even buy certain fake reviews to “black hat” my ways to top of app store optimization. is there any guarantee by submitting my apps through your site i will get more downloads, reviews, and boost my rankings in play store?

    i’m very new to android app marketing but (according to my logic) average smartphone users find apps through words of mouth or what they see at “top free apps” or “top new apps” in android play store. In real life I rarely find anyone who install apps by searching on the internet or review sites so tell me again why $100 for this submission is more useful than getting pay per install downloads in (let’s say) appbrain?

  21. AndroidB says:

    Hi Ruddy, thank you for dropping by. Here’s my answers to what you’re asking:
    – There’s always a “black hat” option to everything, however, aside the moral aspect of this the issue with these black hat techniques is that at one point they are useless. Google is now smart enough to recognize paid reviews/ratings, because those black hat services you talk about usually either have the same group of IPs, or follow the same pattern (i.e. only review/rate certain apps) and so on. Purchasing reviews/ratings is also against Google’s spam policy so if you get caught they might ban your account permanently
    – Advertising is definitely another venue to try however that works with big (or bigger) budgets. For $100 you’d probably get about 200 true installs, though it depends on the demographic aspect. With 200 installs you don’t achieve much. But again, my service is not intended as a “this only”, obviously it works best if you have a large budget and can afford to try advertising, submission, viral campaings, adwords, …
    – Obviously most users show as coming from Google Play because that’s where the app is being served from. But what directs them to Google Play is important. Think about an app that gets featured on Techcrunch, or something more related such as AndroidPolice, even if the user will install your app from Google Play they find it on a referral site. Also, the Top charts are just a “fool’s rush”, those get installs but not true installs (many users will just install to try the app then uninstall it very soon after which does more harm than good).
    – The service I offer is solely with the purpose of saving you, the developer, time from doing the submission yourself. I’ve been doing this a long time to actually have a good system in place so that what would take you several days to process (gathering a list, doing the submissions, filling all info) it takes me several hours. Again, this does not offer any guarantee that you’ll get included on those sites, it’s just another step forward with marketing. By the same logic you could ask yourself why you created an app when there are 1 million already in the app store – but you did it anyway because what if it catches on?

  22. Ruddy says:

    hey ok i get your point but as far as i am concerned there are only few android review sites that have massive traffic and still accept submissions. These sites, however, seem to require upfront payment. Dont you think it’s better to spend those hundreds of dollars to these “few” sites rather than submit our app to every review site out there (with most of them probably wont get much traffic)? Thanks.

  23. PrivChat says:

    Hello Claudiu,
    This is indeed interesting and helpful source for reviewing android apps easily. And I hope you will share the contact infos of all the given sites.

  24. Ramiro Simon says:

    You did a great job! You save me time and gave me very useful information. this was the best investment I could have made. Thanks!!

  25. Hello,

    We are interesting your proposal and price..Kindly let me know the process of posting. Checkout my application

  26. AndroidB says:

    I’ve explained the process in detail above but here’s the basics:
    1. After payment is received I start working on a template I intend to use for the submission. Some of the sites will be contacted by email (40% of them more or less), the others are contacted by visiting their website and submitting info via an online form.
    2. The template, after approved by you, will basically be the content of the email for email submissions. For online forms, out of that template I gather everything I need, app description/title/subject/short descriptions/developer name/email and so on – basically for each online form (most are different) I fill in the appropriate information.
    3. All these submissions are done using your name and your email address (the one you provided). So those receiving the request will reply directly to you, nothing goes through my email.
    4. After the submission is finalized and everything is processed, I create a report along with a list of further steps you can do to improve your app and send that to you along with an Excel file where all app review requests are marked and an archive containing screenshots of the submissions process (for each site you see a screenshot of the information I filled in before clicking Submit).

    If there’s anything else you want me to answer let me know. Thank you.

  27. AndroidB says:

    Don’t know how I’ve missed replying to this, but the answer is that even if those smaller sites won’t send you much traffic, they are good as they send in backlinks towards your app/game listing page – same ranking algorithms apply to app description pages too, so the more backlinks compared with your competitors the better.

    Plus, the budget for those few popular sites should probably be in the thousands, whereas for the smaller ones you can submit for free.

  28. tellallcardgames says:

    Are there any additional payments to be made to the review sites? Any other hidden costs?. Please inform.

  29. AndroidB says:

    Please note that this service doesn’t publish an app on 140+ review sites, I submit a request to those sites on your behalf to save you the time. So there’s no guarantee they will publish your app/game. There are sites that have a premium/guaranteed submission service where you pay a fee if you want to be sure you’ll be listed.

    I avoid submitting to sites that only accept paid submissions, I submit to those that have only free submissions or free/paid ones.

  30. JeffWeber says:

    Just noticed you are all booked for Novemeber…. when do you think you’ll have openings again? Would love to use your service… sounds great.

  31. AndroidB says:

    Hi Jeff, can you send me an email via the contact form to schedule you for next week?
    Thank you.

  32. JeffWeber says:

    Thanks. I’ve currently got my game uploaded to the Play Store as a beta. I’ll get the final version up later today and make it public so I can add the play store link to your submission form.

    The game is called “Krashlander- Ski, Jump, Crash!” Look for my email later today!

    -Jeff Weber

  33. Manolis Pampalis says:

    Very interesting
    I would like to submit my new app
    Add me on skype or email me so we can talk 🙂

    Email :
    Skype: gmxmanyolis

  34. Dan says:

    how long is the waiting time, since you’re currently overbooked?

  35. AndroidB says:

    Send me an email to info[] and I’ll let you know exactly when I can do it next week.

  36. Rafael John says:

    Do this site accept reskinned games wanting to be reviewed or showcased? How do they respond? or do the frown on games like that?

  37. AndroidB says:

    I don’t think the response would be good for a re-skinned game, especially if it’s a copy of a popular one.

  38. AndroidB says:

    Sorry for the late reply, your comment was “burried” in my list. You should remove your contact information to avoid spam, if you want to talk about the submission please use the contact form to send me an email so we can discuss privately,

  39. AndroidB says:

    I do share the contact info with those that purchase the service. Thank you.