TapTap - do I need it?But despite the problems, there is a good argument for using TapTap. The Google Play Market may be a bit of a constraint for some developers and publishers, and TapTap gives them access to a whole new audience.In addition, for a truly enthusiastic gamer, it would be convenient not to join the Discord community, not to mess with the built-in game chat, as well as all sorts of settings. Instead, you can simply log in to TapTap, view your latest apps, upload videos and screenshots, and chat-easily, you'll agree. This experience is somewhat similar to Miiverse.Unfortunately, there is a language barrier. Even if your app is set to English, you will see a lot of Chinese characters. And it's not just about error messages and system messages - the vast majority of the community is naturally Chinese, so most of the comments you'll see will be in Chinese.
Yes, it can be a great tool for learning a language. If you're already learning it and need some hands-on reading experience, the TapTap community is one of the few places you can easily access. The online community of Chinese people in TapTap is huge, on Twitter, YouTube or Facebook, of course, you will not find them.It's clear that learning a language is an unlikely scenario, and if you're just looking for a place to download games, TapTap is certainly not ideal for people who don't speak even a little Chinese. Sites like TapTap offer a fun and potentially rewarding experience of interacting with the gaming community, as well as a ton of ways to support and promote your games, but if you can't easily join and interact with that community, it can all be for naught.