Apple App Store now supports apps not listed › Macerkopf

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January 30, 2022 | 15:40 | 0 comments

From time to time, Apple makes minor and major adjustments to its App Store. The last innovation is not innovative, but should suit one or another developer. The Apple App Store now supports unlisted apps that can only be accessed via a direct link and can’t be found using search.

Apple App Store now supports unlisted apps

Like Apple on its own Developer site explained that the developers have made changes to the App Store. Developers of applications that do not meet the requirements or are not intended for public distribution may request that the application be included in the list of applications not included in the list of applications through the Apple website. As a result, the app will not appear in individual app categories, recommendations, charts, search results, or other listings in the App Store.

Applications not listed can also be accessed through Apple Business Manager and Apple School Manager. According to Apple, apps for specific organizations, special events, research, or distribution tools and resources are good candidates for apps not listed. Apps not included in the list are supported in all countries where the App Store is available.

Once Apple approves the developer’s request, the application is declared unregistered. This also applies to app updates. Basically, then the application is available to anyone who knows the direct link to the application. If the app has already been submitted to the App Store and subsequently becomes unregistered, the direct link remains the same.

Also, Apple makes it clear that this type of application must be the final version of the application. A beta version of an application cannot be distributed in this way. For this test flight correct starting point.

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