How do I Find Release Date of Any Google Play App.
If you don’t already know, I cover some of the best new Android apps every month in my YouTube playlist – CoolNewApps. So if you’re an Android enthusiast who loves trying out fresh Android apps or wants to know what’s next in the Android world, you should probably subscribe to this playlist.
Okay, I’m not going back to the topic. The second major hurdle besides finding good apps is finding when they were first released. We only looked at the apps that were released in the last month after the video was created.
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Now the traditional way to find the release date of apps on Google Play is too hesitant. Usually you look at the description, read the date of the last review, or check to see if it was implemented in the press. But none of these methods are complete proof.
- Description Google Play only shows the date the app was last updated, not the release date.
- The review date gives you an idea, but this is not a method with complete certainty, let alone one. takes time.
- All applications are now covered in mainstream media and I have a good developer who does not sell their application.
But there is a better way (and this is what I am using) to confirm when the app was first released on Google Play. The answer is using a third party web service like App Brian. It details applications such as
- Google Play Rank History Graph
- Google Play Rank Graph
- Detailed Changelog
- App Age
- Android version
- Content rating
So let’s take a look at how to find out when an app was first released on Google Play.
1. Copy the URL of the app you want to know the release date for.
2. Go to the official appbrain website and scroll down to the middle of the page until you see a search box.
3. Paste the URL, select a name in the auto-suggestion search box, and press Enter.
4. That’s it, you will see all the details about the application, including the release date, in the changelog.
Apart from this, you can also use third party websites like Appannie.
Also read: How to extract apk from Google Play (video)