To build your first app binary from the My Apps page, go to the left menu, select “Mobile binaries in the Develop” section.

To create/build a new app click on Create New App> New App page opens.

Description of fields:

Select an App
Choose which application binary will be based on.

Select a name for your app
Give your app a name. Name contains alphanumeric characters and hyphens. Names are not case sensitive.

Select a package name for your app
This identifies your application and is autogenerated by the platform. A package name can also be added manually.
Select a platform
Select the OS
– Apple iOS
– Android

✰Note: Once an app has been created, it will appear in the list and clicking on it will take you to your app details view where you can configure your application and store specific details and also build the actual binary. 

The logical areas are:

  1. App Details
  2. Store Details 
  3. Builds
  4. Global

App Details

App detail page defines app specific details, author information and age related settings. These settings are applied during the build of the binary.

Description of fields: Package name

This is pre-filled (but can be edited) with the name from the create app dialog, and will be the name for the app.

User Interface
Select which User Interface the app should use.
Public UserInterface
Enter the Public UI for the application (If created).

Primary Category
Enter from the drop down menu.
Secondary Category(optional)
This further specifies your application’s field of usage.
This section is for adding:
– Icon
– Splash Screen
– Supported format: PNG, flattened with no transparency, square with no rounded corners.

Author Information

This displays the name, email id and website credentials of the author and the copyright.

International Age Rating Coalition (IARC)

Age Rating is used to enable parental control of your app. Click> Configure to set the age rating.

A dialog box opens, describe the frequency/intensity of the following themes in your app, by selecting the following radio buttons:

  • None
  • Infrequent/Mild
  • Frequent/Intense

Store Details

Store detail page contains details that are shown on Google Play store storefronts. The information is localizable and able to provide it in the language supported by the app you’re based in.

Description of fields:

Enter a description. Description contains alphanumeric characters and hyphens. Names are not case sensitive.
Enter the search keywords. Keywords contain alphanumeric characters and hyphens. Names are not case sensitive.

Support URL
Enter your Support policy URLs.
Marketing URL
Enter your Marketing policy URLs.
Privacy URL
Enter your Privacy policy URLs.
This section is for adding images:
– Phone
– Tablet

Generate Screenshot

This tab enables you to select views to generate screenshots.

Click Add View > from the drop down menu and select > Start Generating.


A build, packages your app into an archive (binary) that can run on a mobile device. This page shows all the builds you have performed for the currently selected version.

It contains a list of all your previous builds with details of the configurations and a log file for the build.

Click > New Build > a Dialog Box opens.

Description of fields:

Screen Orientation
Enter the orientation of the app.
Android Min Version
Enter a minimum Android version for your application, if necessary.
Android Target Version
Enter the target version with higher numbers indicating more recent versions of the Android.
URL Override
Enter a URL override, if you want your binary to run on a different environment.
Debug binary
Select the checkbox if you want to produce a debuggable binary.

Include Universal APK
To manually install the app in your android phone for testing.

Click > OK to commence the build of the app.


Global settings lets us manage the app tenant settings and also list/create resources and certificates related to the app.

Select Lock to Current Tenant > checkbox, if you want to lock the application to a specific tenant, henceforth all users on the application will belong to the same tenant.


Version is a way of numbering different releases as it is developed and released. It is an unique alphanumeric identifier which differentiates it.
Click > Add Version > a Dialog Box opens.

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