When you’re ready to publish your app, you simply send an order to AppMachine to submit it to the Apple App Store and Google Play. Your native app will be ready for use on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad using iOS version 5.0 and later as well as every variety of Android smartphone.
All you need to do is supply us with a set of details: your app’s name, a set of search keywords, and a description that the online stores can use. You also have to choose a screenshot that best displays your product.
Only now do you have to pay. You can choose from three different subscriptions and prices. You will have already made your choice during the design process. But you can still view our options and pricing. You can pay us using PayPal or your credit card. We accept Amex, MasterCard and Visa.
Apple requires you to apply for a Developer’s Account. Apple states all apps must be submitted by the provider of the app’s content using their own, unique Apple Developer Account. Apple approves every app according to a set of technical, content, and design criteria. They want to make sure it works as it should and does not contain any objectionable language or material. So it’s a good idea to be aware of all of Apple’s requirements. (You can find them elsewhere on our website.) Apple’s approval process can take up to two weeks. If they should decide not to approve your app, we’ll do all we can to help you get your app approved.
You can submit the app for Android smartphones using a Developer License. For just US$ 25.00, you can request a personal account directly from Google Play.
AppMachine will place your app in the Google Play Store for you. It will be ready to go within just a few hours.