Guidelines To Promulgate The Application On The Google Play

outsource Android developmentOnce you have developed your application, the nest step is to publicly release it. Though there are several third party app stores where you can easily launch your application, the two giant app store are the Google Play Store authorized for hosting the Android applications and the Apple App Store authorized for hosting iOS applications.

This article will reveal the essential steps that can ensure a smooth and successful release of an Android application in the Google Play. Let’s go through each step one-by-one and learn how to promulgate an app.

Before you opt to outsource Android development, better know these steps or just explore them in a glance for your reference:

Step 1: Generate an APK file

To publish an application in the Google Play, you will first need to have a corresponding APK file. This archive can be created after accomplishing the below mentioned sub tasks.

a.) Develop a keystore.

b.) Export your Android app project as Android Mobile package.

c.) Sign in the application.

d.) Finalize the apk packaging.

Creating keystore: The Keystore certificate is quite essential for publishing an application in the Google Play. It can be generated by using an Eclipse plugin or you can yourself create it by implementing the keytools that come complete with the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and Java Software Development Kit (SDK). And to sign in your APK file, you may either use a jarsigner or keytool.

Exporting the project as an Android Mobile Package: It can be done efficiently by using the keystore. Package your app as an apk archive and successfully upload it. For this-

  • Right click on the project root and click on the Export option.

  • From the available options, choose the Android node and Export the Android Application.

  • Simply follow the widget, makes appropriate tweak and move to the next page, in the final page, you will get the field and a browse button. Now, simply choose the location where you want to keep your apk Android package.

Step 2: Valid Developer Profile

Follow the link available in the Developer Console and pursue the instructions mentioned on the page. Fill in all your details and including email address, developers’ name, contact number and more, insert all the requisite details and click on the Save button. For a successful registration you will get a message popped on the screen.

Step 3: Merchant Account

Without creating a merchant account, you will be only allowed to publish free applications. To sell applications, a merchant account is a must. It can be created easily by clicking on the link included in the Developer Console page. Configure your account by appropriately adding your credentials in the form. You will also need to include the credit statement name and financial details. It is advisable to read all the terms and conditions thoroughly clicking on the “Complete Application” button.

Step 4: Upload your application

On the home page of the Developer Console, you will get a button reading “Upload Application”. After clicking on this button, a pop-up window will appear while asking for apk file. Simply click on it and browse through the options and choose your apk file. This will simply upload your file and offer you an upload confirmation message.

In case, you are willing to hire Android app programmers, it could be the best option for you as it can really help you out to get these above mentioned steps done. Finally, coming back to the final step, add the screenshots of your application, and include a small description to showcase the outstanding feature of your app on the Google Play. With this your application is all set and ready to hit the application store. Release your Android app and generate great revenue while promoting your business.

NOW READ: 5 Things you must know before delving into the world of Android programming

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