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Introducing Our Google Play Store Keyword Suggest Scraper Tool

Ask any online marketer or app developer and they will tell you that the keywords are the single most important thing for any marketing campaign. Unfortunately for us app developers, there isn’t too much readily available keyword data. Because of that, much of what we do is a guessing game with tweaks and refinements until we find the best balance of difficulty and traffic.

But there actually is one credible source of information that Google provides and that is from Google Suggest, the keyword suggestions that appear as you are typing in your keyword on the Google Play Store. This feature is the same exact feature that you’d find on regular Google results but catered to the app store obviously.

By extracting this information, we will be able to see exactly what some of the most popular keyword searches are. We can benefit from this data by using the same keywords in our app descriptions or even in our app titles.

Have a look below to see how it works.

First you type in any root keyword in the Google Play Store keyword suggest scraper tool.

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After you press “Get keywords”, the tool will then scrape all available keyword suggestions starting with “keyword + a”, “keyword + b”, and so forth. It will only display results if they are available.

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As you can see, this data is also identical if you were to perform the same search on your mobile device.

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Our Google Play Store keyword suggest scraper tool is still a work in progress but will be released to the public very soon. Make sure you subscribe to be notified and check out the tools section for when we officially release it!

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