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Are you submitting your first iOS application to the Apple App Store? Or it’s been a while you submitted the last one? In both cases, let us offer you a step-by-step guide which will help you launching your app commercially on Apple App Store without any hassle.
This step-by-step guide to upload your iOS App to Apple App Store assumes that you have already enrolled to the Apple Developer Program and your applications follows Human Interface Guidelines and Apple’s App Review, and now you are all set to just launch the app. So, here is what you need to do to distribute your app to go live commercially or for beta testing on Apple’s App Store.
Development Certificate or Development Provisioning Profile that you have been using at present are for specified devices. Which means that if you want to distribute your iOS app to its final users of beta testers through Apple App Store, then you will be requiring a separate distribution certificate and distribution provisioning profile.
One of the easiest way to do this is through XCode. For instance, if your iOS app is automatically signing enables, XCode will create and manage signing identities, certificates and also handle device registration for you. However, if automatic signing is enabled already, but you don’t require any assistance with singing, then you can skip to step # 2. In some cases, manual signing is preferred. Well, in that case, you need to makes sure that the target users also use the same signing method. To do so, you need to follow the steps listed below;
When a device is connected to your computer, XCode will detect and register it automatically to the profile of your team provisioning. So, remember that registering a device on your team provisioning profile is a must to launch your app on that device.
First of all, you need to get an Apple App Store Connect Account, that you can attain through following steps;
Now, if you intended to launch a Paid iOS Application, then you will need to sign a contract with Apple App Store which cover all the clauses, terms and conditions for payment. For paid app, follow the steps listed below; for applications that are free, you can skip to the next step.
For Adding a New App, select My Apps in the App Store Connect Dashboard and then click on the + Sign located at the upper left-hand corner. Now got to the New Apps.
For creating a new App Store Connect record, you will be required to fill in these details i.e. App Name, Platform, Default Language, SKU, and Bundle ID. While filling these details you need to very present minded, because you cannot really change these details afterwards. Some of the effective tips that you should keep in mind while filling these details include the following;
Before you actually submit you iOS app for review over App Store Connect, you are required to upload XCode that is build-through. To do so, you need to follow these steps.
Once the upload will be done, the success message will be displayed on your screen. Click on Done and you are ready to move to the next step.
If you will look closely, your application will be marked with the status of “Prepare for Submission” and with a small yellow dot, located in the left hand side panel of the ‘App Store’. Now, select the build that you want to configure for your application. On the App Store, this is the place where you will add information about product page.
Now enter your contact information, copyright information; and upload icon and version number for you app. All you can do in the ‘General App Information’ center. While doing this, keep the following things in mind.
Next, click on Edit for your app’s ‘Rating’ and then select the options that are applicable to your iOS application. Don’t forget that your app can be rejected during review, if it fails to match its rating criteria.
In the top right-hand corner, click Save. Now you’re almost ready to “Submit for Review”.
Set release date for your app’s version, enter any notes that you want reviewer to see, and also enter all you contact information under the ‘App Review Information’ section.
Click on the Save button in the right top corner. After this, you are now almost ready for submitting your app for reviews.
In the App Store Connect of your iOS app, go to the ‘Build’ section.
Finally, you need to answer all the questions concerning Export Compliance, Advertising Identifier, Content Rights and then click on the Submit button.
What you will see by now is your app with the ‘Waiting for Reviews’ status.
In you App Store Connect, click on the Activity option in your top horizontal menu, and then go to the App Store Version in left panel.
If your app gets rejected for some reason, you need to make sure fixing the issues before submitting it again for the review. Resolution Center within the App Store Connect is the option which will help you communicate with App Inc. team and to find assistance. Using the same option, you can also escalate the concern and resubmit and appeal for app review, if you believe that your App gets wrongly rejected.
The most common rejection reason for apps on Apple App Store is their inability to perform. So, before submitting your app for review, make sure that your app is not only completed, but also tested thoroughly with a pilot environment and all the bugs are removed. Using efficient tools for bug reporting during beta testing can help you significantly reducing the change of your app being rejected due to any kind of performance issues.
Cheers! Because now your app is officially listed on App Store. Now you can view sales, downloads, reviews, and ratings directly on the App Store Connect.
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