Phase 3: Deploy
Once you’ve put together and previewed your app, you’re ready to take it to the mass market.
The final stage in the app building and development process is the “deploy” phase, where you publish your app and make it available to potential customers and users. We’ve set it up so that you can publish your app on major markets, including the Apple and Android app stores. This is an important phase in the development process, because it ensures people can actually download and use your app.
If you’re new to app development, you might imagine that deploying an app is a lengthy and complicated process.
And for many people, it is.
But at Butterware, we streamlined the entire process to make it as easy, straightforward and enjoyable for you as possible. All you have to do is fill out a simple form, and you’ll be well on your way having your very own app featured in an app store.
Deploying your app starts after you have completed designing and customizing it, and have entered all the relevant information into our Butterware system.
Once you have all the relevant information down, you go to the publish tab from the user tools on this website, and enter that information into the publication form. From this screen, there are several things you can do to make your app stand out:
- 1. Enter your contact e-mail and website. This will make it so that anyone who downloads your app will also know how to find you.
- 2. Upload an app icon. This will make it easy for your customers to identify your app from their phone touch screens.
- 3. Upload screenshots to show off your app’s enticing features to potential customers.
After you’ve filled out all the relevant information and made your app look nice and presentable for the app stores, you just complete the form, and we make sure your forms make their way to the app store. Barring extraordinary circumstances, your app will be up and available for download in a few days, and you’ll be able to start using it to build customer relationships and make more money.
It’s as easy as that.