Information needed to publishing GFoundry apps

Case 1: your organization want to use GFoundry generic App:

GFoundry solution has 3 apps, and users can use what they want and need: Web app (acessible via browser), Android appiOS app.

Mobile apps with your feel&look and your content can be deployed using our generic GFoundry App, available on Google play (Android) and App Store (iOS):

Regarding Web app, you configure the URL you want and then add a CNAME record pointing to prod.gfoundry.com .

Case 2: your organization already has an account in the stores, Private App Store and Google Play:

Mobile apps need to be deployed using the client accounts in the stores – Google Play (Android) and Private App Store (iOS).

iOS: for us to create your IOS build you have to send us the certificates and provision profiles so you can publish your build in your Private App store.

Note: Your organization can’t deploy an iOS app on the public App Store.

The Apple Developer Enterprise Program allows large organizations to develop and deploy proprietary, internal-use apps to their employees. This program is for specific use cases that require private distribution directly to employees using secure internal systems or through a Mobile Device Management solution. Click here for more information.

Android: for Android we will also send the build (.APK file) you to submit.

For both stores  you will need:

  • Slogan: (up to 30 characters)
  • Title: (up to 30 characters)
  • Short description: (up to 80 characters)
  • Full Description: ((up to 4000 characters)
  • Tags: (Android only)
  • Screenshots of the app: screenshots of the app will also be needed in both versions: Android and iOS, in multiple resolutions. GFoundry developer team can help you with this.
  • Launch icon: see above for more details

Client may give GFoundry management privileges so we can handle the management of the apps in your accounts – Apple & Google.

Case 3: your organization doesn’t has an account in Private App Store (iOS) and Google Play (Google) but you want to create both:

Regarding the two stores ecosystems: 

Apple: typically, the most common account will be the “Apple Developer Enterprise Program”
Android: a “Google play developer account” should be created.