Registration to a marketplace is evaluated according to the application’s purpose, development, etc. A submission for registration to the 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.
Yes, normally it is necessary to register to the iOS Developer Program in order to develop iOS applications. Actually, in iOS app development, it is not necessary to register the Mac environment to the iOS Developer Program, but you need to register to the Program to install the developed application on an actual machine and make it run.
In this case, please run and check the application again after stopping all applications running on the device.
In iOS apps developing, you need to follow the instructions provided by Apple. Register properly the information of the device and developer, and then prepare the necessary files. For a step-by-step guide, please refer to Building an iOS App.
This may caused by the expiry of certificates, reissuing certificates requirement, and other factors. Therefore, you need to recreate provisioning profiles. Please recreate the required files like certificates and provisioning profiles by using the same procedures as before, and then use the new files. You may read about Generate Certificates and Create Provisioning Profiles for more details.
The procedures can be found in Building an iOS App.
You can build an application just for iPhone by setting the target device family in iOS App Settings. By default, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad is selected.
There are two ways to upload the built app to App Store Connect for App Store submission:
Many applications have been published on the App Store so far.
It is possible to develop a Windows Store app as a debug build. But in this case, you can’t release that app to the Windows Store. (We will to tackle this issue in the future.)
There may be various reasons for this but most of them lie in the certificates, provisioning profile, and App ID. Please double-check the following points:
Using Monaca has never been the reason of a rejected review. If the
review result was
Incorrect API is used, please notify our support
You can import private keys on your local Mac, and export Monaca’s private keys and certificates. For details, please refer to Build Settings between Monaca and Xcode.
The following points are the possibilities which could make the application crashes after starting up, please double-checked these points and rebuild your application.
MonacaApp-Info.plistin case of iOS or
AndroidManifest.xmlin case of Android.
components/loader.jsfile is loaded,
ACCESS_NETWORK_STATEcannot be accessed or in the case that application uses location information but
ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATIONis not permitted and so on.
You can use Japanese. Please set Japanese for the app name from Build Settings in Monaca Cloud IDE.
You can set it with your own preference; however, we recommend that the App ID should be your own domain name but written in reverse. Please see our blog article (Japanese) for details.
This is an error that occurs when your App ID or application name contains one-byte space. Please recheck them again.
If your app raised one of the following errors:
Open Key Chain Access and delete certificates and private keys that have the same name.
Yes, it is possible to share iOS private key and certificates among other users and environments. Please refer to Build Settings between Monaca and Xcode.
Yes, you can share your Android keystore. You can download your Android keystore from Monaca Cloud IDE. Please always back up and keep the keystore which is used to sign application(s) because when a keystore is lost, it is impossible to use the same key to re-sign the signed package.
How to create and export Android keystore are described in Configure Android Keystore.
You can submit Monaca Apps to the App Store and many Monaca Apps have been accepted.
Apple judges applications based on whether their designing, 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:
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, so please refer to it when registering to the AppStore.
BackupWebStoragein iOS Configuration File.