Registration to a marketplace is evaluated according to the application's purpose, development, etc. An application submitted to a marketplace has never been rejected because the app was built using Monaca. In fact, many Monaca apps have been released. If the rejection has occurred because of Monaca, please contact us.
There are two ways to upload a built app to App Store Connect for App Store submission:
- 2.using Application Loader software (Mac OS X only)
Many applications have been published on the App Store so far.
There may be various reasons for this but most of them lie on the certificates, provisioning profile, and App ID. Please double-check the following points:
- Are the established distribution certificate and provisioningprofile currently valid on the Provisioning Portal?
- Is the provisioning corresponded to the App Store Distribution?
- Are you using the latest version of the
- In the case of uploading, are there any changes to the certificateand App ID from the previous version?
Using Monaca has never been the reason of a rejected review. If the review result was
Incorrect API is used, please notify our support staff.
If your app raised one of the following errors:
- "Application failed codesign verification"
- "The signature was invalid"
- "Contains disallowed entitlements"
- "It was not signed with an iPhone Distribution Certificate".
Open Key Chain Access and delete the certificates and the private keys that have the same name.
You can submit Monaca Apps to the App Store and many Monaca Apps have been accepted.
Apple judges applications based on whether their design, operational feeling, and quality meet Apple's standards or not. Apple will not reject registration requests for an application just because it relies heavily on WebView.
PhoneGap advice on dealing with Apple application rejections recommends the following points as the criterion to pass the screening by Apple:
- Providing user experiences that are appropriate to applications
- Blending into the ecosystem of the iOS
- Differentiating from the mobile Web experience.
Please refer to the above link for more details on what to keep in mind when developing applications that will pass the screening by Apple.
If your application is targeting for iOS 6.0 or newer and is using Web SQL Database, the files created by the database are stored in the iCloud by default (when BackupWebStorage parameter is set to cloud). In such case, your app may be rejected if you did not declare the app to use iCloud when submitting to the App Store. Accordingly, Web SQL Database files will not be stored in the iCloud backup storage when BackupWebStorage parameter is set to none. If you want to backup your data to iCloud, please set the parameter to cloud.
Google Play Console can register
Android App Bundlefiles.
If a warning is displayed when registering the
apkfile, you can register it by clicking the CONFIRM button.