- Exploring the distribution options
- Cleaning up your code
- Building a signed APK file
- Configuring build types and variants
- Distributing through Google Play
- Adding app graphics
- Setting pricing
- Publishing the app in Google Play
- Submitting an app to Amazon
- Tracking app use in Google Play and Amazon
Skill Level Beginner
- [Jon-Luke] So, you've built your Android app and you're finally ready to share it with the world. But where and how do we do this? There are many distribution channels available for sharing your application, such as the Google Play Store and the Amazon Appstore. But before we can distribute, we need to get the app ready by cleaning up, optimizing the code, and generating a signed application file. From here you can publish the app or create multiple flavors of it that include different features. After publishing the app, we will discuss the many reports available that can help monitor how the app is doing from user feedback, to installation statistics, and crash reports.
Hi, my name is Jon-Luke West. I am a product engineer that creates Android and iOS apps for users from the consumer to the enterprise market. I'm really excited to show you through this process and I hope it helps you get started sharing your awesome apps to the Android users of the world.
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1. Know Your Distribution Options
2. Package an App for Distribution
3. Distribute through the Google Play Store
4. Distribute through Amazon
5. Track an App's Usage
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