Native and Cross-platform App Development – All You Need to Know as an Entrepreneur

What is native app development? One approach you can take is to create two mobile apps, one for Android and one for iOS. By choosing this approach, you choose to create your application in Kotlin for Android – which is currently the most popular language for this platform – and likewise in Swift for iOS […]

Scrum vs Kanban vs Scrumban – Comparison for App & Product Owners

Kanban in Software Development – Guide for App Owners

This is the second article from the series explaining the most popular Agile frameworks for Product Owners. Kanban is in third place in terms of the number of projects using it (according to stateofagile.com). In second place, there is Scrumban, which will be further explained in the third article from the series. But to understand Scrumban, you need to understand Kanban’s basic assumptions. Let’s start, then!

What does being a part of Flutter Group at Droids On Roids look like? Flutter Developers share their stories

They work on different products and have different backgrounds – but each and every one of them is interested in Flutter. Who is part of the Flutter Group in Droids On Roids? We talked to 8 devs whose world revolves around this technology – here’s what they told us.

mobile app development cost in 2020 - how much does it cost to develop an app?

Mobile App Entwicklung Kosten im Jahr 2021: Wie viel kostet die Entwicklung einer mobilen App im Jahr 2021?

Discover how much it costs to build a mobile app in 2021 and how to reduce development costs with four proven practices.

What is Scrumban? Scrumban definition

What is Scrumban? | Definition + 5 Common Scrumban Myths

Kanban and Scrum have both settled down well in software development, but what the heck is this Scrum-hybrid for?

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Efficient Leave Management Using Online Software

See how leave management software can change your organization and your employees’ performance

Google is officially releasing Fuchsia – OS to rule them all

On May 25th Google released the Fuchsia OS for the Google Home Hub aka first-generation Nest Hub. From the user’s perspective there are no expected changes. However, it is a huge milestone achieved. Fuchsia is the new OS made from scratch, completely different from the previous versions. Surprisingly the release was very quiet without any […]

Flutter users satisfaction survey Q2 2021 results – 55% are very satisfied

On May 13th Google published the survey results collected over 8,000 responses. The vast majority (92%) is satisfied with Flutter and Dart. The latter mostly due to null safety. Users appreciated a single codebase for all the supported platforms and out of the box widgets as the factors in the decision to adopt the Flutter.

New Flutter version is here! Discover changes in Flutter 2.2.0

Flutter 2.2.0 Is Here! 3 Reasons Why It’s Awesome

Discover the three most important changes that came with Flutter 2.2.0 announced while Google I/O 2021.

Scrum in Software Development - Guide for App Owners

Scrum in Software Development – Guide for App Owners

Scrum is one of the Agile frameworks that plays a great role in successful software development. See what it is, how it works, and check if it’s a good fit for your project.

Flutter vs React Native 2021

Flutter vs. React Native – What to Choose in 2021?

Flutter vs React Native – comparison for business & app owners. Find out which framework is ideal for your cross-platform app development.

Dates and time - edge cases in app and backend development

Edge Cases in App & Backend Development. Part 4 – Dates & Time

Discover the most common traps and pitfalls related to dates and time you may face during (not only mobile) app development.

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Product Discovery Process – A Practical Case Study for Product Owners

What is the Product Discovery process? How does it look in practice? Read this article, to learn the answers.

How to develop an app like Uber in 2020 - Carpooling App Development Guide for App Owners

How to Make an App like Uber in 2021: Process, Cost & Tips

Use our expert tips to develop a successful carpooling app like Uber and see how much it costs.

5 Key Legal Issues to Consider in your Mobile App Development in 2021

5 Key Legal Issues to Consider in your Mobile App Development in 2021

5 top legal issues to be concerned by a future App Owner.

mobile app development cost in 2020 - how much does it cost to develop an app?

App Development Cost: How Much Does it Cost to Develop a Mobile App in 2021?

Discover how much it costs to build a mobile app in 2021 and how to reduce development costs with four proven practices.

Guide to App Development Process in 2020

Mobile App Development Process in 2021 – 7 Stages of App Development

This article series describes the 7 crucial Stages of the Mobile App Development Process from a Business point of view. It is an essential guide for current and future App Owners.

Publishing an App on the Apple Store - Guide for App Owners

How to Submit an App to the App Store – Guide for App Owners

Follow this guide to submit your iOS app to the App Store successfully. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Review time may vary by app. Around 50% of apps are reviewed within 24 hours and over 90% are reviewed in 48 hours.

Every app submitted to review is checked by Apple experts. They determine whether the app performs as expected, respects user privacy, and does not contain objectionable content. This is why the process could take a while.

If you need a quicker review because of a tight timeline or some urgent bug fix, you can request an expedited review.

 

In order to publish the app on the App Store, you have to enroll in the Apple Developer Program.

The annual price is $99. This is the only fee you have to pay in order to be able to publish the app. There is no limit on how many apps you can publish, as the annual fee stays the same.

If you do not want your app to be publicly available for everyone, you have two options for how to distribute it:

  • Custom app distribution – This option is available in the “Pricing and Availability” tab in the Product Page. You can select the app distribution to be private. Then, you provide a list of organization IDs or Apple IDs for which the app should be visible in the store. Working with Apple Business Manager, Apple School Manager, or redemption codes, you can distribute the app only to specific clients.
    You can learn more about this kind of distribution here.

In-house distribution – using the Apple Developer Enterprise Program you can create provisioning profiles and certificates in order to distribute the app internally in your company. Keep in mind that the Enterprise Program costs 299$ annually.

The enterprise program is dedicated to companies that want to develop and distribute the app internally for employees.