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The Stores

5 Pack

Get your app on
5 stores in China


(5% off)

You will not be billed by registering! We just want to know which plan you are interested in.

10 Pack

Get your app on
10 stores in China


(10% off)

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20 Pack

Get your app on
20 stores in China


(15% off)

You will not be billed by registering! We just want to know which plan you are interested in.

1. Choose a pack

2. Send your app

3. Get exposure

How many Android app stores are there in China?
There are over 200 Android app stores in China and most Chinese people use these stores rather than Google Play.
Which stores can you list my mobile app on?

We are currently able to list your Android app on the top 20 stores in China. These are:

  • 360 (360应用)
  • Wandoujia (豌豆荚)
  • Xiaomi (小米市场)
  • 91 Assistant (手机助手)
  • GFan (机锋)
  • EOE (优亿)
  • Android Market (安卓市场)
  • Netease163 (网易 163)
  • Tencent (腾讯应用宝)
  • Baidu (百度)
  • Anzhi (安智)
  • Huawei (华为)
  • Appchina (天翼)
  • RenRenWang (人人网)
  • Mobile Market (MM商场-中国移动)
  • Ndor (N多市场)
  • MUMAYI (木蚂蚁)
  • Wo Store (联通沃商店)
  • Lenovo (乐商店-联想)
  • Meizu (魅族应用中心)
In what format should my mobile application be?
Since we are dealing with Android, we can only accept APK files.
Can the app description be in English?
Yes, the description of your mobile application can be in English, however we strongly recommend that you translate your app's description and materials into Chinese. Doing so will substantially increase the number of downloads of your app.
How long does the upload process take?
It can take 5-6 weeks for your apps to be uploaded to all the stores and approved. In any case, we will inform you as soon as your app is approved on all of the stores.
Can I track downloads from the stores?
Yes, if you wish to do so then we can subscribe you to a 3rd party service for tracking your downloads from each store and send you a weekly report on this.
What do I need provide to you in order to start the app distribution process?

If you are not interested in tracking your downloads all you need to do is send us the following:

  1. Your app APK file
  2. Your app icon (512x512 px)
  3. Your product description in English or Chinese
  4. 10 screenshots of your app (each store has it's own number requirements). Please number the screenshots according to your priority. For example, if the app is called "Great App" then the screenshot names would be: "greatappscreenshot1.jpg", "greatappscreenshot2.jpg", "greatappscreenshot3.jpg",etc.

Screenshots must be either in JPG or PNG formats

Can you add paid apps to the stores?
Yes, we can add paid apps to the store or an app that uses In-App Purchases (IAP) as well. However, such a process requires integrating the store's SDK into your app. We can assist you with getting this SDK from the store.
What is the process if I need to update my app?
No worries, we do that as well! Just send us the updated app and we will re-upload the app for you at 50% of the cost of your previously chosen plan.

Shlomo Freund, AppInChina's founder and CEO, is an Israeli entrepreneur based in Beijing. He is the founder of Startup Noodle, organizer of Lean Startup Meetup In Beijing, and a key figure in the Beijing startup community.


Sky Park, AppInChina's Chief Technology Officer, oversees the technical operations of our company. He develops various in-house solutions to improve the efficiency of our operations by harnessing the power of technology. Graduated from Northwestern University in 2013, Sky is now in Beijing as a fresh new face for the startup scene.


Serena Yang, AppInChina's Chief Operations Officer, is an experienced project manager with an entrepreneurial mindset. After 5 years of studying and working in Canada, Serena came back to China in 2013, and she now lives and works in Beijing. With a passion for technology and innovation, she enjoys her job at AppInChina, helping overseas app publishers to enter the Chinese market.


Richard Bishop is the CEO of Beijing Jiayou Ltd, AppInChina's parent company. Richard provides a range of support to AppInChina including business development, strategy, and legal advice.