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Xamarin Mobile Development for Android Cookbook by Matthew Leibowitz

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Uploading the app package

After the app has been developed and packaged, we want to be able to release it into the wild. There are many different Android app stores available, such as Google Play or Amazon Appstore.

Getting ready

To distribute our app through Google Play, we need to have created a developer account on the Google Play Developer Console (https://play.google.com/apps/publish). This only needs to be performed once, and involves a one-time fee of $25 USD.

If we are going to distribute paid apps or apps that have in-app billing, we need to link the developer account to a Google Wallet account (http://www.google.com/wallet/merchants.html). Google Wallet is only available in certain countries, so we need to ensure that we have created the ...

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