Q: Why do I need to publish my app?
A: Publishing your app allows you to monetize it on AppsGeyser and reach a wider audience.
Q: Can AppsGeyser publish my app for me?
A: Yes, AppsGeyser offers app publishing services. To purchase, click here: Publish your App.
Q: Can I publish an app without a Premium subscription?
A: Yes, it's entirely possible to publish your app without a Premium subscription.
Q: How can I publish my app?
A: You have two options. You can either purchase our app publishing services or follow our step-by-step guide: Publishing your app on Google Play: Step-by-step guide.
Q: Where can I find the Data Safety file for publishing?
A: The Data Safety file also can be found on the Self-publish page.
Q: Where can I find the AAB for uploading?
A: The AAB can be downloaded from the Download section of the Dashboard or from the Self-publish page.
Q: What should I do if I see warnings after uploading the AAB?
A: All warnings (yellow-colored notifications, see example below) can be ignored. They will not affect your app publishing.
Q: What should I do if I see errors after uploading the AAB?
A: Check our troubleshooting guides:
Troubleshooting: Wrong Signing key.
Troubleshooting: Package Name issue.
Troubleshooting: API target level issue.
Troubleshooting: Enrolling in Play App Signing.
Troubleshooting: Version code has already been used.
If you can't find a solution, please submit a support request, and our specialists will help you.
Q: My app was rejected. What should I do?
A: In most cases, Google Play provides a clear explanation for the rejection within the email they send you. It's important to thoroughly read this email from start to end and understand the given reason. Often, a screenshot is attached that illustrates the issue.
Common issues that can lead to app rejection, and which you can usually rectify yourself, include problems with your app listing: your developer name, icon, description, feature graphic, or screenshots.
- Ensure that these components don't contain copyrighted content (like the brand's name or logo).
- The description should accurately reflect your app's functionality.
- The text or image in your app title, icon, or developer name mustn't imply store performance or ranking (e.g. "Best") or provide price or promotional information (e.g. "Free").
- Moreover, your app must not appeal to or target children, as AppsGeyser products are not intended for children.
If the reason for rejection isn't clear to you, don't hesitate to submit a support request to our team. Attach a screenshot of the rejection email from Google and the link to your app. Our specialists will then assist you in addressing the issue and facilitate a smooth re-submission of your app.
Learn more: Submit a Support Request: Effective communication for issue resolution.