Publishing on AppsLib
Today, I experimented with publishing Android apps on AppsLib. It's the premiere Android market place for many tablets that are exported from China. And it is also the market place distributed with Archos tablets. Publishing on AppsLib is very similar to Android Market and Amazon Appstore.
The only shortcoming is that the app description box does not automatically format paragraphs for you. If you submit the description as-is, it will run all the paragraphs together as one big paragraph. The description box accepts HTML. So I used the online Text Paragraphs to HTML Converter tool to format it for me quickly.
It turns out that even though when you submit your app description on AppsLib, the descriptions runs together, it is actually formatted fine on the AppsLib web site. If you use the HTML paragraph code, it will actually put too much space between the paragraphs.
On the other hand, I found that GetJar requires HTML description for the app. Therefore, the free online "Text Paragraphs to HTML Converter" tool came in handy there.
Did your message disappear? Read the Forums FAQ.
Spam Control | * indicates required field
TrackBack only accepted from WebSite-X Suite web sites. Do not submit TrackBacks from other sites.
No TrackBacks yet. TrackBack can be used to link this thread to your weblog, or link your weblog to this thread. In addition, TrackBack can be used as a form of remote commenting. Rather than posting the comment directly on this thread, you can posts it on your own weblog. Then have your weblog sends a TrackBack ping to the TrackBack URL, so that your post would show up here.
Messages, files, and images copyright by respective owners.
33 Users Online
Copyright © 1996 - 2020. All Rights Reserved.