If you wish to publish your app in an app store, search it as iTunes or Google Play, you will require the necessary developer and store accounts from the service provider, plus certain certificate information depending on the platform. These certificates register the app, give it a unique name, and link the app to your developer account. Learn more about     creating certificates    .

All platforms are being activated in the    basic settings    . After saving the certificate, you can create versions for various stores (release version). 


NoteShould you wish to make a preview, you can do so. If you want to restrict preview versions to selected devices, you can do that.


  • iOS Certificates
  1. "Private key & Certificates"    
    This is where you upload the app build certificate that you have created in the Apple Developer Account. The certificate file ends with ".p12"
  2. "Password"    
    In the password field, please enter the password that you have entered when creating the P12 file 
  3. "Provisioning Profile"    
    Here you can upload the certificate for in-app purchases. The file ends with ".mobileprovision"

There is one peculiarity when it comes to building iOS apps: You can already upload your own certificate for building a test / preview app (above).

  • Android Certificates
  1. "Keystore"    
    This is where you upload the app build certificate that you have created in Google Developer Console. The certificate file ends with ".keystore"
  2. "Storepass"  
    Enter the password for the aforementioned certificate here. You have created it when setting up the keystore certificate
  3. "Alias"  
    Enter the key alias that you have created as the keystore certificate
  4. "Keypass"  
    Enter the password to make the key

 

  • Kindle Certificates
  1. "Keystore"  
    This is where you upload the app build certificate that you have created in Google Developer Console. The certificate file ends with ".keystore"
  2. "Storepass"  
    Enter the password for the aforementioned certificate here. You have created it when setting up the keystore certificate
  3. "Alias"  
    Enter the key alias that you have created as the keystore certificate
  4. "Keypass"  
    Enter the password to make the key
  5.  "Developer Secret"  
    Enter the password