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I have a question about Android App markets.

  • It is not programming-related, so I would say it is not for SO.
  • On the other hand, it is of interest to SO more than any other other SE site I know.

Should I post it on SO or not? Any better place?

Full question for reference:
My free open source Android app is very popular in Japan, China, Taiwan, but not in Korea, despite Korea being the second biggest Android apps consumer overall. Where do Korean people get their apps? Is there a popular alternative market, like "Docomo Market" in Japan, where I should register my app?

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This would be a great fit for the proposed App Store site: , but I don't know if there's that much momentum behind the proposal. – Brad Larson Aug 5 '11 at 16:48
@Brad: Thanks a lot! That would be the perfect place indeed. – Nicolas Raoul Aug 6 '11 at 6:34

I think you should post the question on as @Bart suggests or alternatively on (from programmers FAQ: "This can include topics such as: Freelancing and business concerns").

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I got seriously downvoted last time I asked a localized marketing-related question on Programmers . Thanks for the answer! I asked there: – Nicolas Raoul Aug 5 '11 at 8:56
Both of my Android Market-related questions at Android Enthusiasts have been downvoted and closed as off-topic. – Nicolas Raoul Jan 21 '13 at 7:00

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