Firstly let me address this, we might not agree with everything but understand where I'm coming from. Some time ago I created a minimalist launcher and the thing blew up. Till this day I cannot directly answer the question "What does it do?" which might be a reason why it took me a long time to create a landing page for it (almost 2 years after launch) but I finally did. I just slapped a screenshot of it and download links.
And that's how you design a landing page. And quite frankly, every product should be designed like this. Don't add it if its not doing anything. The landing page to my app has these elements:
- Icon logo, so that you can identify it on google play or anywhere else
- App title, obviousy.
- Link to repo.
- A screenshot of how it looks. I got cheeky and renamed the apps to read out the app catchphrase.
- A short description of what it does
- Link to google play
- Link to F-Droid
- Link to the black-hole I call my portfolio site.
That's it folks, this is how you create a landing page. I know I will still need to add other things like, terms of service and all that shebang people add when they make a product but I want to start adding all that content when I'm required to. Currently, my app is no different than a rock... It's useless! but apparently not to some people around the world, and me when I created it, so I don't need to spell out "The rock is dumb, that's why it didn't ask for permissions when you installed it"
Anyways, every time I write a post here I always kinda get out of topic so here's what you came here for
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