Droids On Roids
1,000 - 5,000 downloads
by arm millOn on 09/12/2014
by Ray Noppe on 26/11/2014
Perfect for when you need to do a check when out and about. Hopefully the developers will keep adding functions to help.
by Robert Horsfall on 16/11/2014
Thanks. Well worth the small cost for anyone needing SEO stats
by Ali Hussein on 02/11/2014
I use it almost daily. It's very accurate
by EmbSys India on 21/09/2014
Even not in safe mode, my network is being blocked by Google.. After purchased this app, I'm not able to use this software even for a single time. Also need many improvement.. The rankings only based on Google, it would be better if the rankings are available for other search engines also like Bing, Yahoo.. If u correct this I'll give 5 star..
by Mohammed Alo on 04/09/2014
Best seo app there is. I've tried them all. Worth the price of admission.
by Nicolai Grut on 29/08/2014
Most beautiful clear consistent graphs of keyword rankings over time I've found in an seo app. Would get 5 stars if it had keyword or report import/export.
by Thomas Guzy on 04/08/2014
by Daniel Tan on 02/08/2014
Because of these frequent update attempts daily, my data usage chalked up 200mb within a week.
by Emy Emy on 01/07/2014
Including subdomain ranking, report SERP position of domain or subdomain, whichever comes first
by chris bennett on 31/05/2014
Just stopped working. No answer from devs. ... such a shame
by Drake Hatfield on 30/05/2014
The devs have not updated this app since November of 2013. The app is now completely broken. Devs have done NOTHING. I repeat NOTHING. The app has been completely abandoned.
by Khalid Mahomed on 23/04/2014
Poor app. Keeps freezing. Most data fails to load
by Brock Michæl Sorenson on 20/04/2014
This app is dead on accurate. I have checked versus, online programs my company pays for. 95% accurate. Which is all I could ask for, when mobile, and a client/potential client needs stats or examples of SEO's and rankings. Thanks Dev's
by Scott Hendison on 08/01/2014
This works great, and has lots of potential, but until we can copy and paste a list of keywords at once, I'm afraid it's nothing more than a novelty. It's ridiculous to expect people to manually type in tons of phrases...