On GerJar registration site is info that “Getjar is available only for high-quality apps. Your app must have at least 100 ratings with a 4.0 or higher average on Google Play to be eligible for the Getjar SDK.”.
So, If I have a new application I must publish it on Google Play and wait until this app will have +100 ratings with +4 average rate? Or maybe I must have at least 1 application which have +100 ratings and next I can implement SDK to all new applications (+0 ratings)?
Yes, that is a supposed requirement - but they can be flexible.
They have this new GetJar Partner program also - where you bundle the app so it is “locked” and only if you unlock at start does the app run (so it’s a screenshot of your app with a GetJar button to open it) - I have seen some apps which have some good downloads and well not that many negative ratings for that.
This maybe an area they are focusing more on - as they have advertised that option (I think here also ?).
However, generally GetJar is difficult to get a response from - their GetJar App Store is hard to get a response from them.
Their GetJar Rewards SDK (which is like Tapjoy) is much much harder than Tapjoy (unless they have cleaned it up). The required permissions are more also GET_TASKS etc.
You get the general sense with GetJar that there is either no driver at the front (CEO absent, not interested or what ?) or they have an absence of manpower.
I get the feeling that with a management change they could turn this around fast.
In contrast Tapjoy is much more responsive, easier to integrate (I have an app in testing not released yet) and generally more liked by users (i.e. colors attract them or whatever).
not bad download numbers, roughly the same as amazon, but they did accept some apps that amazon wouldn’t (ie rejected because of ads that lead to google play app pages instead of amazon store), so I had more apps listed on getjar than amazon