1. 360 market: zhushou.360.cn
360 Market has over 115,000 apps and comes bundled with China's most popular free mobile security app, currently sitting on 70% of all Chinese handsets. With its huge install base, this app store is a no-brainer. Learn more on the 360 app developer portal or go direct to app developer registration.
2. 91 hiapk: apk.hiapk.com
91 HiAPK found immense success on iOS last year. It also implements pre-installs on smartphones by cooperating downstream with with handset manufacturers. They recently announced their 100 millionth user for the platform. App developers register here.
3. Anzhi: www.anzhi.com
One of the most popular Android app stores in China. If you're feeling brave, you might want to check out theirhumongous forum community. You can get the ball rolling by registering here.
4. Xiaomi: app.xiaomi.com
Xiaomi is one of the most successful handset manufactures in China with 7.19 million Chinese users of its low-end Xiaomi smartphones. The Xiaomi app store just so happens to be the default app store for Xiaomi smartphone users. You can you register an account here.
5. D.cn: http://www.d.cn
D.cn used to be the go-to app store for downloading Symbian apps when Symbian was as you could get when it came to smartphones. It was the number one mobile game portal during from 2005 until 2009 and still has a high presence for all OS smartphone apps. App developers can submit their apps here.
6. Gfan: apk.gfan.com
GFan has more than than 12,000,000 registered on the platform plus a whole bunch of partnerships with local OEMs includingHTC, Samsung, MOTO, Sony Ericsson, Lenovo and Huawei. In addition, GFan partners with major internet portals and social network sites, like TenCent, Renren.com and Kaixin. To get your app onto GFan's store, register your app developer account here.
7. Baidu market: developer.baidu.com
Baidu, the local Google-defeating giant is the largest Chinese language search engine. The benefits of signing up as a Baidu developer is getting your apps displayed in search results throughout a number of their services including the gigantic search engine. Sign up here.
8. Tencent myapp: android.myapp.com
Tencent is responsible for China's largest and frequented web portal. Its communication platform QQ has become the most-used desktop instant messenger in China. As such, its app store has some serious weight behind it. Register your apps here.
9. Wandoujia: www.wandoujia.com
Wandoujia, was an incubation start up from Innovation Works. They started out as an Android phone management suite for PCs, understanding that Chinese users didn't really like managing their apps from the cloud. They later expanded to provide app downloads by aggregating other sources.
According to Wandoujia’s stats, non-Chinese developers only account for 10 per cent of Wandoujia's app downloads but they for the most popular games, 70 percent are from Chinese App developers. You can add your app to their app store here.
10. AppChina: www.appchina.com
AppChina has big ambitions plans, having recently completed its $6.4 million first round of fundraising. They are the only app store in China with a commitment to pay back double any result of loss from downloading virus infected apps on its store. Get started here.