Google Play apps can now include tags! They will help improve the ASO

by Kelvin
Improve aso google play tags

New change in Google Play! After the arrival of a new Play Store design, it has now been announced that developers will be able to add tags to your apps published in the store. Google says this will help the Play Store determine where to place applications and which others to relate them to.

Thus, developers will have more options to improve the positioning of their apps in the store. Similarly, it is intended that this change improve search on Google Play so that users find exactly the applications they want, avoiding bad results.


A maximum of 5 labels may be added

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To position their apps on Google Play, developers were limited to a category and description, but now with the labels a new range of possibilities opens. Of course, to avoid abuse and misuse, Google has set a maximum limit of 5 labels per application.

Tags can be added from the Google Play Developer Console. They are chosen from a list of 150 default tags or you can select some of those suggested by Google.

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Google advises developers to only change tags if they make significant changes in content or functionality of your application

For now, users we will not be able to see these tags in the Play Store and it is not known if in the future it will be possible. On the part of the users, we hope that this change helps to obtain better results when doing a search in the store. For now, if you do not get the apps you are looking for in Google Play, access the following link and try the 3 best alternatives to Google Play Store.

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