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Publish IOS app

To publish your iOS app on the App Store, you must first have an Apple Developer account.
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    Open your App Develoeoper account.
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    Click on Identifiers.
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    On the screen that opens, click the + icon next to Identifiers.
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    Select APP IDs. Then click Continue button.
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    Select the Identifier type.
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    Fill in the Register app field. It is important to fill in the Bundle Id and Description fields in this field.Select the application capabilities from the Capabilities field.
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    On the Register an App ID screen, fill in the Description, Bundle ID fields and click Continue.
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    You must verify the App ID created with Confirm your App ID. Click the Register button for this.
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    Then switch to Apple Connect.
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    In App Store Connect, click the + icon on the Apps screen and create a new App.
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    Then, enter the information for Platforms, Name, Primary Language, Bundle Id, SKU and User Access.
  • Platforms:
In this field, you should select which platforms your app will run on. Usually iOS is selected, but it may be possible to select other platforms such as tvOS or watchOS.
  • Name:
You must enter the name of your app here. This is the app name visible to users and must be unique.
  • Primary Language:
You need to specify the main language of your app. This determines how your app will function in terms of localization and language support.
  • Bundle Identifier:
This represents the unique ID of your app. It helps the operating system to recognize your application. It usually starts with a reverse domain name, for example com.companyname.appname.
  • SKU (Stock Keeping Product):
SKU identifies the category and type of product your app is in. It is especially important for e-commerce applications and provides a unique identification of products.
  • User Access:
User access helps you identify the countries and regions where the app is published. Only in these regions can users see and download your app.
This information is essential when uploading your app to the App Store. You should also set up other details through App Store Connect, such as your app's promotion, pricing policy, and more. The reviews and approval process requires you to make sure this information is accurate and complete so that your app can be published smoothly.
It is important to note here that the Bundle Id cannot be changed again.
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    Now click on the Create button.
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    Then open the platform to switch to the app you developed in Kuika.
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    Click on the Configuration Manager view mode from the Header in the application.
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    Name the configuration manager and click on the Create button
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    Then click on IOS and activate Support IOS UI Switch.
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    Under the App Store Settings heading, click ADD NEW.
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    Fill in the information on the App Store Connect Api Setting screen according to your app and developer account information.
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    Then click on the General heading on the left in your Apple Developer account.
Fill in the Promotional Text, Description, Keywords, Support URL, Marketing URL, Version, Copyright, Routing App Coverage File fields under the General category. These fields play an important role in how your app appears in the App Store and how it interacts with users.

General

Promotional Text:
  • This is a short piece of text that promotes your app.
  • It's a short advertising slogan that appears next to your app's title in the App Store.
  • It usually highlights the main features or attractions of your app.
Description:
  • Contains a detailed description of your app.
  • It tells potential users about what your app does, its benefits and features.
  • A good description is important to attract users and give them a clear understanding of your app.
Keywords:
  • Keywords are keywords used to increase your app's availability on the App Store.
  • Potential users can use these keywords when searching for an app.
  • Choosing the right keywords can help your app reach the right people.
Support URL:
  • This is a web address where users are directed to ask questions about your app or get support.
  • It is usually the URL where the app's support page or help documentation is located.
Marketing URL:
  • This is a web address that redirects to a special marketing page for your app.
  • Users can click on this link to learn more about your app or access additional resources.
Version:
  • Indicates the current version number of your app.
  • When you release a new version, this number increases and is used to track updates.
Copyright:
  • This contains your app's copyright information.
  • It usually contains the company name or the name of the developer of your app.Routing App
Coverage File:
  • This is a file that specifies how your app will be used in navigation apps (for example, mapping apps).
  • When using your app's geolocation services, you can customize routing in specific geographic areas with this file.
Build:
  • This section allows developers to manage the versions used to add their iOS apps to the App Store.
  • Developers can upload test versions and ready-to-deploy versions of the app here.
  • Uploaded versions are listed in the developer's dashboard and can be prepared for submission to the App Store.
  • Version numbers, changelogs and other details are managed in this section.
Game Center:
  • Game Center is a service that provides social features between games on the iOS platform.
  • Players can share games with friends, earn achievements, and compete with other players on leaderboards.
  • Developers can add Game Center integration to their games to provide a richer experience for players.
  • Game Center makes it easy for players to connect on social networks and interact in-game.Both sections provide important tools and features to ensure that apps can be managed effectively by developers. The Build section enables control of app versions, while Game Center facilitates cross-game interaction and social connections. These sections enable developers to successfully manage their apps and provide richer experiences for users.
App Review Information:
  • This section contains information for Apple to consider when reviewing your app.
  • It is used to provide the review team with information about your app's specific features, compliance with content policies, and more.
  • This information is important to speed up your app's approval process and ensure a smooth App Store launch.
Version Release:
  • This section is used when adding or updating a new app version to the App Store.
  • Release notes include changes, added features, fixed bugs, and other important information that comes with the new version of the app.
  • This section also includes the release date of a new version, the version number, and any important update information.
  • Users can know about the latest version of the app and the developer informs its users about updates.
  • These two sections play an important role in the process of adding, updating and reviewing your app on the App Store.Providing transparent information that complies with Apple's policies can help your app build credibility with users and contribute to its successful performance on the App Store.
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    Then fill in the required fields in the App Information field.

Localizable Information:

This section contains some of the basic information about your app that appears in the App Store, usually covering information for multiple languages and regions.
Name:
  • This is the field for entering the name of the relevant app.
  • It appears as the app's title in the App Store.
  • It creates users' first impression of the app.
Subname:
  • Used to add additional information or description to the app name.
  • Depending on the need, it can be used to further explain the main name of the app or to emphasize a specific feature.

General Information:

Bundle ID:
  • Represents a unique identifier of the app.
  • It helps distinguish between different versions of an app or other apps from the same developer.
SKU (Stock Keeping Unit):
  • The unit used for inventory management and internal tracking of the application.
  • SKU is often used in internal business processes and accounting applications.
Apple ID (Apple ID):
  • Represents a unique identifier of the app as determined by Apple.
  • It is used to create a special page for the app in the App Store.
Content Rights:
  • Contains information about the rights and restrictions related to the content of the app.
  • May include copyright, terms of use, and license information.
Age Rating:
  • Indicates for which age groups the app is intended.
  • This rating provides a preliminary indication that the app's content is intended for appropriate age groups.
  • This is basic information that developers should provide when adding or updating their apps on the App Store.
Each term has an important role that affects the promotion, management and user experience of the app.
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    Pricing and Availability fields contain information about your app's pricing, pricing plans, and availability in the App Store.
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    Complete the fields under the App Privacy category.
Click the Get started button to fill in the fields under the App Privacy category.
After completing the confirmation process on the screen that opens, click Next.
After making the necessary selections, click the Save button.
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    After all the required fields under the General category are filled, the Features fields should be filled.

Features

The Features section usually provides information about specific features and functions of apps that the developer has developed for the various platforms Apple offers (e.g. iOS, macOS).
This is an area that the developer can use to promote the app, highlight it and impress potential users. This category includes In-App Purchases, Subscriptions, App Store Promotions, In App Events, Custom Product Pages.
  • In-App Purchases:
Refers to additional paid transactions that users can perform within the app to access certain features, content or services.
  • Subscriptions:
A feature that allows users to access content or features within the app for a set fee over a period of time.
  • App Store Promotions:
Campaigns and promotions used to promote the app in the App Store. This can include featuring the app on the home page or in a specific category for a certain period of time.
  • Custom Product Pages:
Pages created specifically to promote and market a particular product, feature or service. This is used to highlight a specific feature or content to users.
  • In App Events:
Features that allow users to participate in specific events within the app and gain access to benefits specific to those events.
  • Product Page Optimization:
The process of optimizing the app's product page on the App Store. This can include improving page titles, descriptions, screenshots and other elements to attract more users and increase the potential of the app.These descriptions generally refer to strategic and marketing-oriented concepts such as in-app purchases, subscriptions, promotions in the App Store, custom product pages, in-app events, and product page optimization. However, as I mentioned, the specific meaning of these terms may change depending on Apple's current policies and specifications.
Then click Create Test and fill in the fields.
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    You will be notified of the review result via email.
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    If the review is positive, you can access your app through the App Store.
If the app publishing type is public, the app will be displayed in the store.
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    You complete the publishing process.
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