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Ted HagosLearn Android Studio 3 with Kotlinhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3907-0_20

20. App Distribution

Ted Hagos1 
Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines
What we’ll cover:
  • Cleaning up

  • Preparing for release

  • Signing the app

  • Google Play

At some point, you might want to distribute your application to a wide audience. Android apps can be distributed quite freely and without much restriction; you can make it available as a download on your website or even e-mail the app directly to the users, but many developers choose to distribute their app on a market place like Google Play Store or Amazon App Store to maximize reach. Regardless of how you intend to distribute, there are things you need to do before you release the app. ...

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