Introducing Keyword Suggest (Autocomplete) for App Store & Google Play

As promised, we don’t stop launching new ASO tools for Keyword Research. Two weeks ago, we introduced Keyword Density tool, and last week uncovered the data from Google Play Console, revealing Installs per Keyword for all Android apps!

This week we present Keyword Suggest – a tool designed to help you get inspiration and create a comprehensive list of keywords for your mobile app or game based on the autocomplete feature of the app stores.

Keyword Suggest tool for App Store Optimization

Many of you have been asking us to provide a tool that can help carry out an extensive Keyword Research, in particular, to provide you directly with suggestions of keyword combinations, or long-tail keywords for your project on the App Store and Google Play.

Collecting an initial list of keywords for an app can be a daunting task – especially, in the very beginning of the research. TheTool aims to make this job easier for you, so we now provide the full variety of instruments that can help you go from brainstorming the first core keywords to creating a complete list of related keywords, mid- and long-tail keyword combinations and identify the market niche to get a greater visibility in the search rankings on the app stores.

Keyword Suggest is a tool that points out all the possible suggestions for any keyword introduced to its engine. These suggestions are based on autocomplete of search terms for any letter or number, just as if this keyword was introduced in the search engine on the App Store or Google Play. By browsing the keywords found with Keyword Suggest, you can collect inspiration, extend the list of possible keywords for your mobile app and boost downloads.

Who can use Keyword Suggest?

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How to use Keyword Suggest feature?

All the new ASO tools can be found in the top menu of TheTool dashboard, and can be used to analyze any app or game available on the App Store or Google Play.

Click on ASO Tools and select “Keyword Suggest”:

TheTool Dashboard: Keyword Suggest

Get ALL Keyword Suggestions for App Store and Google Play

Keyword Suggest tool provides suggestions for keywords in any country or language, for both App Store and Google Play. To get ideas and suggestions, follow these easy steps:

  1. Select the operating system (iOS or Android);
  2. Select the country you want to get suggestions for;
  3. Introduce any keyword (or combination of keywords);
  4. Click on “Get keywords”!

Keyword Suggest tool

Add new keywords to any app that you track with TheTool

If you like any suggestions from the list, you can add them directly to any app that you are tracking in TheTool. Just select the interesting keywords, your app and country where you would like them and click on “Add Keywords”.

Adding Keyword suggestion to any app

What to do next?

After adding all the possible keywords to your app in TheTool, you can analyze them in terms of “Traffic” and “Difficulty”, trying to find an optimal balance between low competition (Difficulty) and high volume of search (Traffic).

Track search rankings for these particular keywords for your app and your competition in order to find opportunities to get higher visibility for certain search terms that aren’t too exploited by your competitors.

Remember that in order to get visibility (and downloads) on App Store or Google Play, your app needs to rank at least in Top 5 of search results for a particular keyword.

Keyword Suggestions for ASO in TheTool

To sum up, here is a little checklist on all the possible ways to get keyword suggestions with TheTool:

1 – Suggested keywords when adding an app

Adding an app: Keyword Suggestions

2 – Autocomplete suggestions in the keyword table

Suggested keywords in TheTool

3 – The new Keyword Suggest tool

Keyword Suggest provides even more suggestions and can help find ideas for your mobile app and help optimize its visibility on the stores.

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