Get your app accepted in Apple's App Store. Learn how to prepare an iOS application for submission and distribution.
- [John] Hi, I'm John Nastos and I'd like to welcome you to distributing IOS applications through the app store. Creating an app is a massive undertaking with sometimes countless hours of planning and coding, but the process doesn't end there. You still have to get your product submitted to Apple and through the review process before the world can enjoy all of your hard work. Whether your app is already built and you're ready to take those final steps of getting it onto the store or maybe you don't have an app yet but are curious about the process that it takes to get an app into the store.
This is a perfect course for you. I'll start by introducing you to Apple's app store review and human interface guidelines. I'll also talk about getting your icons and launch images correctly formatted. We'll dive into iTunes Connect and learn how to manage your application in Apple's web interface. I'll also talk about creating screenshots and app preview videos including automating some of your workflow. Then I'll take you through the whole process of building, uploading, and submitting your app as well as explain what the review process will be like.
Now, let's get your app on the store and into the hands of your future customers and fans.
This course covers preparing an iOS application for, and submitting it to, the App Store. It includes tutorials on making sure your app meets Apple's human interface guidelines, preparing assets such as icons and screenshots, building preview videos, generating the necessary development and distribution certificates, building the app bundles, submitting the app, and complying with Apple's requirements for marketing materials. Author John Nastos, creator of the popular Metronomics family of apps, will also explain what Apple's review process is like and how soon you can expect to hear back about your submission.
The course will be updated as Apple's requirements evolve, so check back often to keep your skills current.
- Following Apple's development guidelines
- Formatting the app icon
- Testing the app
- Generating an app ID, description, and more with iTunes Connect
- Taking screenshots
- Creating an app preview video
- Choosing a pricing model
- Building and archiving your app in Xcode
- Submitting an iOS app
- Updating your app in Xcode