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App Publication

Your App is Ready?

Just follow these steps to publish your app now

Platforms

On which platforms do you want to publish your app?

  • Web-App
  • Android-App
  • iOs App

Settings

Here you can specify the settings required for publishing in the app stores

App-ID

Every app needs a globally unique App-ID, which we provide for you to ensure uniqueness.

Since you can not change the App ID at all, you should use the App ID wisely. More details about the App ID can be found directly at Google (for Android) and at Apple (for iOS) .

App-Name

The name of your app appears on the smartphones directly below your app icon.
Since only limited space is available, the app name should be max. 10-12 characters so that it is not displayed cut off.
Nevertheless, it should be clear what your app contains or what benefits it fulfills.

App-Version

The version number of your app shows how many times changes or improvements to your app have taken place.
The sub version number is automatically increased each time it is republished (every app update). When published in the app stores of Apple and Google, this is mandatory.
Bigger changes justify an increase in the main version number that you can do manually.
1.0 (The version number of your app shows how many times changes or improvements to your app have taken place.)

App-Icon

The app icon is the flagship for your app and will appear on your app users smartphones.
Your app icon will be used by your app users every time they use their smartphones, so you should choose this carefully or have it created by a graphic designer. We also offer the creation of an app icon as part of the design service – just ask for it. The app icon should have a size of 1024 x 1024 pixels.

Google-Service json file

Create the required JSON file for Android push messages

To send push messages to Android devices, you need a Google Developer account.
You do not have a Google Developer account? Click here for a detailed guide on how to create it. If you already have a Google Developer account, you can start creating the required GOOGLE Service JSON file (google-service.json).

Apple Certificate

For the Apple App Store, your app must be accompanied by a security certificate to be accepted by Apple

To publish it in the App Store, you need an Apple Developer Account.
You do not have an Apple Developer account? Click here for detailed instructions How to create this. If you already have an Apple Developer account, you can start building your certificates on the Apple Developer Portal.
In order to send push notification in your app, you also need an SSL certificate for the Apple Push Notification Service (APNS), which you can also create in your Apple Developer account for your app.
In order to be able to create the package, including all the components required for submission to the Apple App Store, we still need the Provisioning Profile for your app, which you can also create in your Apple Developer account for your app.

  • iOS Production Certificate (File extension: .cer)
  • APNS Certificate (File extension: .cer)
  • Provisioning Profile (File extension: .mobileprovision)

Publication

This is where you publish your web app and, if selected, create the necessary files for the Google Store and Apple App Store.

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