More detailed help for the Required Information section of the Android build form is details below:
|Fields from build form||Descriptions|
|Package Name|| Every application submitted to any of the Android app stores require a unique name. You can name this however you like, however, we advise using the format advised in the following link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_package#Package_naming_conventions
A good example would be: com.quark.appstudio
And here is a screenshot showing you what ours looks like and where it's displayed to the user.
|App version name|| This is the version number of your app which you promote to your users and the below screenshot shows you were this is shown in the Google Play Store
|App version code||This must be numeric and has to be incremented every time a new build is submitted to the store(s). For example, if the first build you send to the app stores is simply '1', then the next binary needs to be at least 2 or above. Remember this has to be a numeric value and cannot contain other characters.|
|App display name|| This is displayed in the Store and on the device underneath the icon.
(insert screenshot of our App on a device)
|Help page URL||App Studio requires you to supply a help page link for your users should they need any assistance whilst using your app. There is a help button in the app which will link to a URL of your choice. This URL must begin with a protocol e.g. http://|
|Privacy page URL||As per the Help URL, App Studio also requires you to supply a privacy page link for your users. There is a privacy button in the app. This must begin with a protocol e.g. http://|
| Do you want to charge for issues
Which store would you like to use?
|You do not have to charge for content within your app, so this option only applies if you want to charge for your content. Currently we supporting billing for both Google Play and Amazon App Store. Please select the one you wish to use. If you want both, please created two separate builds.|
|Google billing Public Key|| This can be found in the Publisher account as shown below
| For more detailed information on creating these items, please go to the Android developer site: http://developer.android.com/tools/publishing/app-signing.html
Please note, if you are creating several Android apps then they all need to be signed with the same key if they are released under the one publisher account. This also means, if you already have other Android apps you'll need to use the same key here too.