I'd like feedback on my article: Top 8 Tricks You Must Know When Using Android..

  1. pen promulgates profile image57
    pen promulgatesposted 16 months ago

    Hi Ajay,
    I find some words redundant.
    Daily life tasks. You can simply write daily tasks
    Different ways more than one = you have already mentioned different ways = that's enough

    Some sentences are incorrect
    According to recent research, almost 75% of the apps while app when they are subjected to security test
    Engaging with these services, make it certain that they are well-versed (the verb make should be makes)

    Your article is wordy. The use of phrases makes sentences long. You can write in simpler and more understandable form.

    Use more images. Even though you have cited the resource, does the image have the creative common license?
    Images must be legal to use.

    Hope these help
    Good luck.

  2. theraggededge profile image97
    theraggededgeposted 16 months ago

    I's also suggest you use more text capsules to break up the article properly. This will give you the opportunity to use useful keywords in the sub-headings.

    Don't use a sub-heading 'Conclusion'; think of something better. Additionally, the text in that section is meaningless.

    Paste all the text into the free online Hemingway app. It will help you to delete unwanted words. Remember that when writing fact-based articles, your writing should be clear and crisp. More words do not equal better writing.

    For example:

    "The use of smartphones has revolutionized the lives of people around the world. It has changed the perspective of people and their approach towards daily life tasks. With the increasing usage as well as the demand of Android apps, many businesses are finding it quite difficult to remain updated with the pace of these apps and keep themselves on the top at the same time. However, they do understand the inherent importance of Android app development, and they try to get an edge over their existing competitors with their own customized apps in order to keep their customers more engaged and interested in different ways more than one. The major focal point of Android app developers has been in reducing the app development lifecycle along with timeframe associated with initiation of the idea to the launch of the app. There are many Android app development companies which create apps for Android platform. They are the key app developers with a variety of experts who provide custom solutions for various businesses."

    All those words!

    Businesses who need to stay on the cutting edge of technology recognize the importance of having their own Android app. Most companies employ the services of an expert app developer who can provide them with a customized solution - fast.

    I just said what you said without the fluff. There's no need for all the rest - it's just waffly filler that adds no value to your article. Think crisp and clear. Decide the point you want to make, then make it.

  3. Mary Florence profile image67
    Mary Florenceposted 16 months ago

    Hi Ajay, how about placing the texts in capsules?


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