Take a look at the plugin screenshots to get a feel for how it works.
Plugin Developer integrates fully with the WordPress.org Plugins API. That way, you can pull in and store data like download counts, ratings, and more. You can also easily link to WordPress.org pages, such as the support forum or translations section.
Categories & Tags
There are two built-in taxonomies called categories and tags that allow you to group your plugins. It’s also easy to add new taxonomies if you need even more organization.
Each plugin author on your site gets a full plugin-based archive page listing their work. This is great if you run a site with multiple plugin authors.
Template Tags & Shortcodes
Plugin Designer comes fully loaded with an array of template tags, which will allow you to output plugin data however you want on the front end of your site. The plugin is also packaged with a number of shortcodes for outputting plugin data in the editor.