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White labeling the Cadence app and deploying through App Store & Google Play
White labeling the Cadence app and deploying through App Store & Google Play
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Written by Michael Buckley
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This article documents the various assets that are needed for deployment to the App Store and Google Play Store, including your app icon.

Prerequisites

Google Publisher Account

In order to publish your app on the Play Store, it is mandatory to create a Google Publisher Account. The registration fee is a one-time payment of $25.
Part of the information you provide upon registration will be visible in the Store later on. When an end user browses an app in the Play Store, they can get information about who is the developer.

Apple Developer account

In order to create an iOS app and publish it on the App Store, you are required to register as an Apple Developer. This account cost $99 and must be renewed yearly.

Publish Yourself or Have Cadence Manage Deployments

  • Manage Yourself - If you'd prefer to manage app deployments internally, the Cadence team will deliver the .IPA (iOS) and .APK (Android) files of your white-labeled app directly to you via a downloadable link. These files can then be imported in your Google Play and iTunes Connect accounts to be submitted to the app stores.

  • Cadence Managed - The Cadence team upload and manage your App Store/Google Play submissions. This is done by creating the application in iTunes and Google Play and working with our team to give Administrator access to your white-labeled application so our team can submit and manage the application. Note: Admin Access is only required for the Cadence app and Cadence employees do not gain access to your overall iTunes or Google Play accounts. Read More: Google Play Admin Roles, iTunes Admin Roles

ASSETS REQUIRED

App Store and Google Play Store Image Requirements

These images can also be customized by your team if desired, see the example for the Cadence app in Apple Store and Google Play.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Apple requires that images of the app experience itself will exist in the submitted images.

App Store

Images

Screenshot size

More Info

Example

App Store Icon (iPhone/iPad)

Final size: 1024px × 1024px

Format: 32-bit PNG

Color space: sRGB

Max file size: 1024KB

6.5 inch (iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 11, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR)

1284 x 2778 pixels (portrait)

Format: 32-bit PNG (recommended) or JPEG

5.5 inch (iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s Plus)

1242 x 2208 pixels (portrait)

Format: 32-bit PNG (recommended) or JPEG

12.9 inch (iPad Pro (4th generation, 3rd generation))

2732 x 2048 pixels (landscape)

Format: 32-bit PNG (recommended) or JPEG

Google Play

Images

Screenshot size

Requirements

Example

Google Play (Android)

Final size: 512px x 512px

Format: 32-bit PNG

Color space: sRGB

Max file size: 1024KB

Feature Graphic

1,024 x 500

Up to 1 MB

JPEG or 24-bit PNG (not alfa)

Product Shots (2-8 images allowed)

320 px minimum dimension

3840 px maximum dimension

JPEG or 24-bit PNG (not transparent)

Up to 1 MB



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