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Selling Apps on SlideMe

I just release my first app on SlideMe. This app is pro version of Show The Way (Where is My Car?). Now i can sell apps on slideMe.

I have no big expectation on this. But this is only way for selling apps on android in Turkey.(I only found one way. If are there different methods for that please leave a comment or send a mail.)

I will update this post after some sale (I hope someone buys.)

Get the Show The Way Pro Android app from SlideME.

Or free version on Play Store

Download From Play Store - Free


  1. I guess Turkcell T-market does it but it requires from you to sign-up some "sozlesme" blah blah. SlideMe is a good alternative tough.

    Did you do anything regarding to stop privacy? If I buy from SlideMe and send it to my friend, is it gonna work?

  2. About privacy i think you are right. There are no protection for that now. But slideme has an API for that, SlideLock. I did'n use that now. Because everyone can download "Arabam Nerede" from Google Play Store. On the other hand if someone want to donate or just want my apps (Arabam Nerede? and future apps) without ads, they can use slideme . I just want to learn selling apps on android. Honestly i don't wait for huge selling on slideme.


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