Status Publishing an android App in google play store

Most of the Android Developers or Application enthusiasts forgot Google’s strategy in publishing application in Google Play Store. In a reachearsh, 30% don’t know how to publish mobile applications in Google Play Store.  As you can see more than 80% of the devs shared that their apps/games were approved in under 3 hours, with a strong indication that it will actually take a bit over 1 hour. Here we are explaining how to know the status publishing an android app in Google Play Store.

While Google will also publish apps/games during the week-ends, my recommendation is to avoid submitting an app for review late Friday or Saturday/Sunday. Even if the competition is lower (i.e. less devs submit during the weekends), traffic to the site is also lower and the probability of getting traffic right from launch day is reduced.

Publishing New Application(APK) into Google Play Store

  • Draft: App hasn’t been published on Google Play.
  • Ready to publish: App hasn’t been published on Google Play but is ready to be published. You can publish your app by starting the rollout of a release on the Manage Releases page.
  • Pending publication: App is currently being processed for publishing.
  • Published: App is published and available on Google Play. Your app is published after you’ve rolled out the first release to any track (production, alpha, or beta). After your app is published, you can create new releases to any track or set up a staged rollout for production releases.
  • Rejected: App has been rejected and wasn’t published due to a violation of Google Play policies. More information about the violation is available near the top of your app’s pages on the Play Console. Once you make a change to your app to address the violation, you can submit it again.
  • Suspended: App is suspended due to a violation of Google Play Policies (Content Policy, Developer Distribution Agreement). An email with details about the suspension is sent to the account owner.

Updating Existing applications in Google Play Store

  • Published: App is published and available on Google Play. The publish date of your app’s latest version is displayed.
  • Update rejected: The updated app has been rejected due to a violation of Google Play policies. The most recent published version of your app is still available on Google Play, but your latest update will not be available. More information about the violation is available near the top of your app’s pages on the Play Console. Once you make a change to your app to address the violation, you can submit it again.
  • Unpublished: App has been unpublished on Google Play and isn’t available for download by new users. The app is still available on existing users’ devices. To publish your app again and make it available on Google Play, click republish app.
  • Suspended: App is suspended due to a violation of Google Play Policies (Content Policy, Developer Distribution Agreement). An email with details about the suspension is sent to the account owner.
  • Removed: App is no longer available on Google Play or for existing users. You can find information about the removal and any required actions near the top of your app’s pages on the Play Console. Once you make a change to your app to address the violation, you can submit it again.
  • Update pending: After you’ve submitted an update to an existing app, you’ll see an “Update pending” notification near the top of your screen. Once the update is published, your update will start being distributed to existing users and the “Update pending” status won’t be displayed.

Conclusion: Cloud Timon is the experienced Mobile Application Developer since 2010. If you have any issue or query in updating or publishing application into google play store. One of our developer will help you. Don’t hesitate to ask us. It’s free.


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Creative Web Development Company in Hyderabad

Now a days, most of the people are using internet to search, buy or find information. Websites are playing vital role in creating online presence of company or band or service.  89.54% websites are not well qualified in creating brand and business.

We Cloud Timon served Web Industry more than 8+ years with 600+ clients around the globe. We crafted many websites for creating leads and sales.  Cloud Timon is the successfully rapidly growing website Designing and development Company in Hyderabad that help in providing Web Designing, Web Development and SEO Services. It has a strong base in providing numerous web based solutions to a large chunk of individuals, be it small or medium, a Newbie or an already established firm.


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What is Web Design?

Design is the process of collecting ideas, and aesthetically arranging and implementing them, guided by certain principles for a specific purpose. Web design is a similar process of creation, with the intention of presenting the content on electronic web pages, which the end-users can access through the internet with the help of a web browser.

Elements of Web Design

Web design uses many of the same key visual elements as all types of design such as:

Layout: This is the way the graphics, ads and text are arranged. In the web world, a key goal is to help the view find the information they seek at a glance. This includes maintaining the balance, consistency, and integrity of the design.

Colour: The choice of colours depends on the purpose and clientele; it could be simple black-and-white to multi-coloured design, conveying the personality of a person or the brand of an organization, using web-safe colours.

Graphics: Graphics can include logos, photos, clipart or icons, all of which enhance the web design. For user friendliness, these need to be placed appropriately, working with the colour and content of the web page, while not making it too congested or slow to load.

Fonts:  The use of various fonts can enhance a website design. Most web browsers can only read a select number of fonts, known as “web-safe fonts”, so your designer will generally work within this widely accepted group.

Content: Content and design can work together to enhance the message of the site through visuals and text. Written text should always be relevant and useful, so as not to confuse the reader and to give them what they want so they will remain on the site. Content should be optimized for search engines and be of a suitable length, incorporating relevant keywords.

Creating User-Friendly Web Design

Besides the basic elements of web design that make a site beautiful and visually compelling, a website must also always consider the end user. User-friendliness can be achieved by paying attention to the following factors.

Navigation: Site architecture, menus and other navigation tools in the web design must be created with consideration of how users browse and search. The goal is to help the user to move around the site with ease, efficiently finding the information they require.

Multimedia: Relevant video and audio stimuli in the design can help users to grasp the information, developing understanding in an easy and quick manner. This can encourage visitors to spend more time on the webpage.

Compatibility: Design the webpage, to perform equally well on different browsers and operating systems, to increase its viewing.

Technology: Advancements in technology give designers the freedom to add movement and innovation, allowing for web design that is always fresh, dynamic and professional.

Interactive: Increase active user participation and involvement, by adding comment boxes and opinion polls in the design. Convert users from visitors to clients with email forms and newsletter sign-ups.

Toronto web design professionals create excellent User Interface (UI) Design for a satisfying web experience. They use critical planning and analysis for the design and they pay attention to individual client specifications, converting the intricate process into a simple and elegant piece of art.

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Cloud Timon January 4, 2019 2 Comments

Why I need Website for my Business?

Website is the important tool to reach millions of people and nations. Most of the companies, individuals and others concentrate on print media (offline). But do you online media/digital media will boost you 1000 times more?  However, regarding any business (from the largest enterprise to the sole trader, or anything in between) as purely offline is a risky strategy to take when your customers are spending more and more of their time online.

These 8 reasons show why your company NEEDS a professional website, no matter what size your business.


Today, more and more consumers use the internet to search for the products or services they need. Your small business will gain credibility by having a website. Without one, potential customers will go to your competitors that do. If you already have a website but it is “home-made”, having it professionally redesigned will provide your business with a professional image which will inspire even greater confidence. For home-based businesses, this is particularly beneficial since you do not have a store front to promote your products or services.


As a small business owner you probably think you can’t afford a professional website, but you can’t afford NOT to. Although the cost of designing a website varies, once it’s up and running, a website for a small business generally costs under $100 a month and, in some cases, as little as $20. Compared with the cost of a newspaper ad, when you consider the potential market you can reach with a website, it is a very cost effective way to promote your business.


Think of your website as being your online brochure or catalogue. It is much easier and quicker to update information about your products and services on your website than in print material, making it an effective way of letting your customers know about the arrival of new products, upcoming events, special promotions, or any new services you now offer. Unlike print ads which quickly become outdated, your website can provide current information and news.


A website is available to both your regular and potential customers 24/7/365 providing them with the convenience of reviewing your products and services when your store or office is closed. With today’s busy lifestyles, this is a great selling point when making a purchase decision.


Whether you provide products or services, your website will provide an alternative location to sell them. As a retailer, a website (eCommerce) is a great place to sell your products to a wider market; even services can be made available globally. Don’t think you’ll be able to sell your products or services online? Don’t forget, even cars and houses sell online!

No matter what type of business you’re in, a website is a great place to showcase your work. By including a portfolio or image gallery, as well as testimonials about your work, you can demonstrate what makes your business unique.6. IT PROVIDES A MEDIUM ON WHICH TO SHOWCASE YOUR WORK


Providing information to your customers takes time, whether it’s on the phone, face-to-face, in a brochure, or in emails. With an online catalogue you can provide lots of information about your products and services. Once your website is up and running, it is available to your customers indefinitely, saving you time. And what is time? Time is money!


Maybe you sell environmentally friendly products and would like to share tips on how to recycle, or perhaps you’re an accountant and want to give your clients advice on how to simplify their bookkeeping practices. By including a FAQ page, adding articles or uploading newsletters to answer all your customers’ questions you can keep them up-to-date. What better way to provide them with value added service than by sharing information on your website.

Your site communicates with prospects and customers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Even when you aren’t at work, your website is. Your customers can get to know you and your products through the website at their convenience. It can be better than passing out your business card to thousands of people.

Expands your reach. People from across the street and across the border have access to your products and services from the comfort of their own space.

Increases the effectiveness of your advertising. Print advertising is static, while the web is dynamic. Once you have a website up and running, we recommend your print advertising include your website address where pictures, text, tables and forms can help you get your message across.

Gathers feedback. Use forms, email and social media like Facebook and Twitter to allow your clients to communicate with you.

Communicates effectively. Whether your website is built for customers or employees, web–based communication and email communication are cost–effective and time–saving devices.

It gets you found. Having a well–built website will increase the visibility of your site to the search engines that people use to find what they are looking for. Your specialist should not only offer creative design solutions, but also know how to make your site search engine friendly, so that clients can find you.

Sells directly. E–commerce can dramatically reduce expensive overhead while delivering a 24/7 ‘sales force’. Even if you don’t sell your product online, your website gives you the opportunity to distinguish your company or organization to your client.

Reaching today’s consumer. Today’s emerging generation has never known life without a digital world of connection. According to stats (and who doesn’t like statistics?), over 94% of Canada’s population is online.1 Add the growth of social media to that and it becomes evident that without a credible web presence, you don’t exist for an expanding segment of your target market.

Your competitors. The sooner you gain a presence on the web, the better. Your competitors know this too. Increasingly, your clients (and potential clients) are making their decisions based on the standard of your website. A useable and engaging website can help to level the playing field between small and large companies.

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Cloud Timon August 8, 2017 1 Comment

WordPress Is the Most Attacked CMS

The report, which is based on the analysis of 99 applications over a period of nine months (August 1, 2013 – April 30, 2014), determined that WordPress is the most targeted content management system (CMS). In fact, WordPress websites were attacked 24.1% more than sites running on all other CMS platforms combined.

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Cloud Timon April 20, 2017 0 Comments