Checklist to Build and Publish Your App to App Stores

Get Started:

  1. Mobile Friendly or Responsive URL
  2. Valid Email Address

Branding Images for Google and Apple:

  1. A square image that will be used for your App Icon and will also displayed in the App store. Dimension in Pixels: 1024 width x 1024 height in PNG or JPEG format
  2. A rectangular Portrait-oriented image that will be displayed while your app is loading. Dimension in Pixels: 720 width x 1280 height in PNG or JPEG format
  3. A rectangular Landscape-oriented image to be displayed in the Google Store. Dimension in Pixels: 1024 width x 500 height in PNG or JPEG format

App Store Information:

  1. A name for your app
  2. A short description less than 80 characters
  3. A long description less than 4000 characters
  4. Categorize your app (a primary & a secondary) from the list of choices provided
  5. A minimum of two keywords to your app for searches (cannot be copyrighted or trademarked terms)
  6. Contact details (name, email address and phone #)

Perform a careful, final check by test-driving your app on your phone using the AppNotch Previewer app.  Details on how to use it are in Step 7.  Be sure to look for typos, test all links and buttons, and verify that all images look sharp and clear.

If you have any questions or feedback, we’d love to hear from you, so please call us: +1 (314) 433-3222 or email: Customer Success@Appnotch.com or visit our site: www.AppNotch.com to contact us by Live chat.

Upgrade Your Website into a Mobile App in 14 Minutes

Get Started:

  1. A Mobile Friendly or Responsive URL
  2. A valid Email Address

Branding Images for Google and Apple:

  1. A square image that will be used for your App Icon and will also displayed in the App store. Dimension in Pixels: 1024 width x 1024 height in PNG or JPEG format
  2. A rectangular Portrait-oriented image that will be displayed while your app is loading. Dimension in Pixels: 720 width x 1280 height in PNG or JPEG format
  3. A rectangular Landscape-oriented image to be displayed in the Google Store. Dimension in Pixels: 1024 width x 500 height in PNG or JPEG format

App Store Information:

  1. A name for your app
  2. A short description less than 80 characters
  3. A long description less than 4000 characters
  4. Categorize your app (a primary & a secondary) from the list of choices provided
  5. A minimum of two keywords to your app for searches (cannot be copyrighted or trademarked terms)
  6. Countries you want to distribute your app
  7. Copyright info for the app
  8. Contact details (name, email address, support website and phone #)

Perform a careful, final check by test-driving your app on your phone using the AppNotch Previewer app.  Details on how to use it are in Step 7.  Be sure to look for typos, test all links and buttons, and verify that all images look sharp and clear.

If you have any questions or feedback, we’d love to hear from you, so please call us: +1 (314) 433-3222 or email: Customer Success@Appnotch.com or visit AppNotch.com and join out live chat.

4 Keys to a Successful Mobile Campaign

“I remember once going to a conference and seeing someone from Saatchi & Saatchi do an incredible presentation on something they called ‘MIST’…”, Chris Feix, CXO, AppNotch.

It was remarkably simple, yet profound. Here’s the gist of it… Continue reading 4 Keys to a Successful Mobile Campaign

Why Every Business Needs a Mobile App

Mobile websites are not enough, today businesses need native mobile apps.  Remember when websites were optional?

We’ll look back on yesterday as a time when having a native mobile app was an option, but today native mobile apps are a necessity for every organization.  Here are three reasons why your businesses needs a mobile app:  Continue reading Why Every Business Needs a Mobile App

Apps are Driving SEO in 2015

Google Search is Now Listing Related Apps
Over the past two years, Google has been actively advocating for developers to integrate mobile responsive views into the websites they build.

As mobile usage showed signs of exceeding desktop usage, rumors said Google would be giving negative SEO points to non-responsive websites. Pro-active developers and designers listened and implemented responsive features using frameworks like jQuery Mobile, Twitter Bootstrap, and Zurb Foundation to name a few. Continue reading Apps are Driving SEO in 2015

A Better, Faster, and Smoother Support Process at AppNotch

As part of our ongoing effort to give you a better experience, we have expanded our support portal to include Freshdesk.

How does this make a difference to you? It’s an easier way for you to get in touch with us. As always, you can shoot an email to us at: help@appnotch.com or create a ticket by visiting our support portal at http://www.appnotch.com/support and choosing your preferred platform. If you choose Twitter, make sure to follow @AppNotch to get our latest updates and responses. Continue reading A Better, Faster, and Smoother Support Process at AppNotch

3 Ways to Get a Mobile App

Over 80% of online content is accessed by mobile device, and people prefer mobile apps to mobile websites at a rate of 9 to 1.

With the average smartphone owner engaging more than 2,000 times per week to conduct over 221 daily transactions, it’s clear why businesses are moving from mobile friendly websites to native mobile apps. There are many options to go mobile, all with varying levels of effort, time and costs to achieve. Here are the three most popular “Get a Mobile App” methods. Continue reading 3 Ways to Get a Mobile App