Michael Roberts

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Recent posts by Michael Roberts

Mark Spritzler wrote:
Have you ever submitted say an iOS app to the app store?
Mark


No, unfortunately i didn't.

Mark Spritzler wrote:
I really do think that blog post is great and has everything as simple as it can be. It is the process that is difficult, not the bloggers fault there.
Mark


I will give it another try then, but if something is not clear i hope it'd be okay to ask for it in here.
6 years ago

Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:We seem to be on a tangent. Going back to the original question, it doesn't sound like there are simple steps to publish to the app store for a Java app. If you want to do it, you'll have to spend some time or pay someone who knows how/wants to figure it out.


I want to do it myself. I just want a clear and simple guide to follow. That's why i'm asking here, may be i'm missing a resource that someone might share with us.
6 years ago

Mark Spritzler wrote:
It might be worth the time, it might not. You might get more sales by being on the app store, or is it your app can be found by the exact people needing it?

Mark


Well, based on my customers requests i think it will work fine. That is why i need it.


Mark Spritzler wrote:
What about some of the other "stores" to sell apps like www.macupdate.com

Mark


This is a nice suggestion .. It is nothing compared with the AppStore, but at least it is better than nothing. I may give it a try. But still, if anyone knows simple and obvious steps to follow to add the Java application to the AppStore, that'd be so helpful.
6 years ago

Vinod Tiwari wrote:Do let me know of you get any info on this.

-Vinod



Well, i'm still searching and waiting here for any answer. I didn't think it is that hard !
6 years ago
Hello ,

I have created a Java Swing application, and to be user friendly for Mac OS X users i have used Mac's Jar Bundler to create a *.app file of it to easily access and use it.

Quite a good number of Mac users now use my application, and many suggested submitting it to the AppStore. I have started taking this step, but i found this more difficult than i thought. Some said Java applications are now forbidden in the AppStore, but i also found this post proving that this is possible :
http://intransitione.com/blog/take-java-to-app-store/

I have tried understanding the above post, but it is too complicated for a startup like me. If someone can help me with simple steps for how to do this, i would be so thankful.
6 years ago
Note this thread was split off from Michael's original question about submitting a Java app to the app store.

[This thread was not written by Michael - it is a placeholder for the split off thread.]
6 years ago