Deploying Android Apps to Different App Stores - Correctly!

Use 30 minutes to learn how to deploy your mobile app to Google Play the RIGHT way and explore other alternatives.
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Deploying Android Apps to Different App Stores - Correctly!
Rating: 3.8 out of 5 (403 ratings)
21,771 students
Deploying your apps into Google Play Store.
Deploying your apps into Amazon App Store.
Deploying your apps into Opera Mobile Store.
Deploying your apps into Samsung GALAXY Apps Store.
Make some modifications of your Android code so that your app also can deploy to Samsung GALAXY Apps Store.

Requirements

  • Your should already generate your .apk file before starting this course.

Description

[Let's put your apps ("eggs") into different mobile app stores ("baskets")]

Learning long hours is not always the right approach when you want to apply your knowledge in your life. This is why this course is produced short enough (about 30 minutes in the time of writing) for everyone. No one like to take their valuable time sitting in front of the screen.

This is a step-by-step course about how to upload your binary file to available mobile app stores out there.

These steps are considered the very last steps of Android development. Hence, it is better to do it RIGHT on your last steps.

[Note: You have to MODIFY your apk file when you plan to upload your app to Samsung GALAXY Apps Store]

What does it mean? The apk uploaded to Google Play Store CANNOT be uploaded to Samsung GALAXY Apps Store. You need to make some modifications on your apk file. You can sign up to our course to know about it. We will tell you where to put this code inside Eclipse (i.e., an Android Integrated Development Environment). Whether it is Android KitKat or Lollipop, it is just a single line of code, tough.

Our videos are in HD mode. Just make sure you press the HD button when playing the video.

This course is designed to help you get the skills you need so you will have more exposure on different mobile app stores.

There are properties that you may be uncertain - whether to uncheck or check the box. No worry, we provided you a solution!

[What the course focusing on?]

There are bunch of Android App Stores out there, but we focus on a few, notably:

  1. Google Play Store
  2. Amazon App Store
  3. Opera Mobile Store
  4. Samsung GALAXY Apps Store

You’ll come away with a solid knowledge of how to upload and make some modifications on your binary file so that your Android apps can be successfully uploaded to the stores.

No headache anymore. The contents will added from time to time if we discover something new. So, stay tune!

Who this course is for:

  • This course is aimed at beginners in Android development and would like to deploy their mobile app correctly on different app stores.
  • If you are an expert Android developer, this course is probably not suitable for you.

Course content

5 sections • 9 lectures • 34m total length
  • What are the criteria you need to know?
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Instructor

Android Apps Developer
Jason Low
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Jason has been an Android app developer since the year of 2011 in which he developed mobile apps on Google Play Store. His passion for mobile apps leads to his persistency in creating more quality mobile apps. To date, besides creating game apps, he also actively teaching entry-level students to create business apps and/or simple game apps. For game apps, Jason has an accumulated mobile app downloads of more than two millions on Google Play Store today and the numbers are still counting. Initially, the game apps are of low quality. However, after countless of tunings, trails and errors that he went through, he has been improving his overall quality of app creation, be it app icons, screenshots, descriptions, app marketing, etc. On a separate note, as to maximize students' mobile app appearance on the app store, he has been engaged in helping them to deploy their apps to different mobile app stores - Amazon App Store, Opera Mobile Store, Samsung GALAXY Apps Store - just to name a few. The reason was simple, help those students make more money!

To further expand his application business, Jason has ventured into the another expandable business - reskinning apps. Currently, besides reskin the apps himself, he is planning to create source code for the students to reskin. Jason's mission is to create quality mobile-app-related courses that can help students or non-programmers to excel in this industry.