App Review Process

You have developed and tested your app. You're now ready to upload it to the App Store and share it with Sendloop users around the world. This article will go over what you need to do to make that happen.

Moving Your App to Production

The first step is to ensure that your app is accessible to others. If you developed your app locally, you'll need to move it to your production environment. The specifics don't really matter, as long as others can reach your app through the internet.

Requesting App Review

Once you've done that, you'll need to request that your app be listed in the App Store using the Developer Control Panel.

To do this, log into the Sendloop Dashboard and navigate to Apps > App Store using the top navigation bar.

Open up the app you want to submit for review, and scroll down to the bottom of its Control Panel. Click on Submit to App Store.

Once you've done that, you'll see a banner indicating that your app is pending approval.

You can also check on your app's status using the Review page

Sendloop will then review your app and verify that its listing is accurate and that it complies with our Rules and Policies for Sendloop Apps.

Once Sendloop makes a decision, you'll be notified if your app has been approved for listing in the App Store or not. If Sendloop rejects your submission, you'll receive sufficient information for you to fix the issues present. Afterwards, you may resubmit your request.

Your app will be available in the App Store shortly after Sendloop approves its listing.

Updated 2 years ago

App Review Process

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