Android app – Android Apps Critic http://androidappscritic.com/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 23:25:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://androidappscritic.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/cropped-icon-32x32.png Android app – Android Apps Critic http://androidappscritic.com/ 32 32 Google Street View’s dedicated Android app will be shut down next year https://androidappscritic.com/google-street-views-dedicated-android-app-will-be-shut-down-next-year/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 16:02:00 +0000 https://androidappscritic.com/google-street-views-dedicated-android-app-will-be-shut-down-next-year/ All of my favorite Google apps are shutting down this year, and to be honest, that’s a bit of a shame. I know the company is rapidly moving towards web apps, but they still don’t have feature parity with the Android version that is disappearing from the face of the earth. The latest service on […]]]>

All of my favorite Google apps are shutting down this year, and to be honest, that’s a bit of a shame. I know the company is rapidly moving towards web apps, but they still don’t have feature parity with the Android version that is disappearing from the face of the earth.

The latest service on the chopping block is the standalone Street View app – it’s going away on March 21, 2023. Now it’s much less useful than just using Street View in Google Maps thanks to the discontinuation of Google Daydream, and you can no longer be transported to these places in a VR headset, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t useful yet.

Credit: 9to5Google

In particular, I loved the photo paths and photo spheres you see above. They were collections of very specific places you could walk into and see 360 ​​degrees as a virtual tourist, and they were awesome. The shutdown of the dedicated app was first spotted by 9to5Google in its latest APK Insights report on the app itself.

To continue publishing 360 degree videos, you can switch to “Street View Studio”, and to add Photo Spheres, you can use Google Maps in the future. You’ll notice that I didn’t mention any other way to use Photo Paths after the app is gone for good, and that’s because, well, there isn’t, at least not yet.

I’ve only used the app to explore the world during the global pandemic using my Daydream headset, but recognize that usage is likely extremely low. I know that Google Expeditions has also shut down and classrooms have been using both apps a lot. I just hope the company has more in store for educators and students in the near future.

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Google’s great Android app purge – what it means for you https://androidappscritic.com/googles-great-android-app-purge-what-it-means-for-you/ Thu, 20 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://androidappscritic.com/googles-great-android-app-purge-what-it-means-for-you/ Update: Google is making it easier to find good Chrome extensions, here’s how Going by the last few days, you have to be extremely careful when it comes to downloading apps from the Google Play Store. This is because there has been a wave of malware that has managed to sneak into legitimate looking apps […]]]>

Update: Google is making it easier to find good Chrome extensions, here’s how

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Invasion of the Iron Marines, Neo Monsters, Star Launcher, more https://androidappscritic.com/invasion-of-the-iron-marines-neo-monsters-star-launcher-more/ Mon, 17 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://androidappscritic.com/invasion-of-the-iron-marines-neo-monsters-star-launcher-more/ Today’s Android games and apps deals are now ready and waiting for you below thanks to Google Play. Just be sure to factor in the ongoing price drop on the Google Pixel 6 as well as this morning’s discount on the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, but for now it’s all about apps. Headlining deals include […]]]>

Today’s Android games and apps deals are now ready and waiting for you below thanks to Google Play. Just be sure to factor in the ongoing price drop on the Google Pixel 6 as well as this morning’s discount on the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, but for now it’s all about apps. Headlining deals include one of the first notable price drops on Iron Marines Invasion, Neo Monsters, Star Launcher Prime, 911 Operator, Point, and more. Head below for a closer look at our full collection of today’s Android app deals.

Today’s best Android app deals:

Price drops underway on the Google Pixel 6 at $399 continue today, but we’re also tracking a lot of Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro at one of the best prices of the year. Then you can dive into today’s deal on Hisense’s 2022 U7H 55-inch Google 4K Smart TV, plus everything else in our smartphone accessories roundup.

Other Android app deals are still running:

Learn more about the Iron Marines invasion:

Discover and conquer countless worlds across deep space. Discover a sci-fi story full of challenges, battles and threats that will take you across the galaxy on an extraordinary journey. Enjoy unique stage missions and special ops in exciting new worlds, each with its own unique terrain, style, enemies and conditions. Learn to beat them one by one! Battle extraordinary enemies, massive armies and fierce alien creatures in fun and electrifying missions and rts gameplay. Plan your strategy to defend peace in the galaxy!


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Signal to stop supporting SMS on its Android app https://androidappscritic.com/signal-to-stop-supporting-sms-on-its-android-app/ Thu, 13 Oct 2022 10:16:00 +0000 https://androidappscritic.com/signal-to-stop-supporting-sms-on-its-android-app/ Android users will need to choose a different app as their default messaging app if they plan to text a non-Signal user Android users will need to choose a different app as their default messaging app if they plan to text a non-Signal user Signal plans to drop support for SMS and MMS on its […]]]>

Android users will need to choose a different app as their default messaging app if they plan to text a non-Signal user

Android users will need to choose a different app as their default messaging app if they plan to text a non-Signal user

Signal plans to drop support for SMS and MMS on its Android app in the coming months, according to a company blog post. The messaging platform cited user security and privacy, and people confusing SMS with Signal text as reasons behind decisions to stop support.

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The platform shared that the change will only affect people who use Signal as their default SMS app on Android devices. Android users will therefore have to choose a new default app if they plan to text a non-Signal user.

Calling plain-text SMS messages “inherently insecure”, the company said that with the cost of sending text messages rising, it has received complaints from users who have been hit with high messaging charges because they assumed that SMS messages were part of Signal messages.

The company also shared that the inclusion of SMS in the Signal app was confusing for some users. SMS messages received in the app are not the same as Signal messages and do not have similar security features.

Signal has supported SMS messaging since the days when it was known as TextSecure. Signal never supported SMS messaging on iOS because Apple doesn’t allow changing the default messaging app.

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Substack officially launches its Android app ‘Reader’ https://androidappscritic.com/substack-officially-launches-its-android-app-reader/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://androidappscritic.com/substack-officially-launches-its-android-app-reader/ Substack is officially launching its Android app after beta testing, the company announced on Tuesday. The Android app rollout comes six months after Substack introduced its iOS app. The Substack Reader app brings all your Substack subscriptions together in one place where you can read content from the authors you follow. The app is also […]]]>

Substack is officially launching its Android app after beta testing, the company announced on Tuesday. The Android app rollout comes six months after Substack introduced its iOS app. The Substack Reader app brings all your Substack subscriptions together in one place where you can read content from the authors you follow. The app is also designed to give writers the ability to better connect with their readers.

The company says the app makes it easier for writers to get new subscribers and for readers to explore and sample sub-stacks they might not have found otherwise. Users can also add any RSS feed to the app through the recently launched Substack web player.

“Your subscribers who use Android devices can expect the same quality reading, watching, and listening experience from our new app,” Substack said in a blog post. “The Android app is simple and focused. No ads, no noise, no spam. Podcasts, videos and community make the inbox even richer. We will be adding new features and functions over time. as we continue to develop the app and improve the experience for readers, writers, podcasters, videographers, community leaders and more.”

Once you open the app, you’ll be taken to your inbox, which shows you new newsletters from all the writers you subscribe to. When you click on a post, you can use the navigation bar at the bottom to view and post comments. On the main homepage, there is a discover tab where you can search or view featured writers. You can also browse content based on categories including tech, politics, travel, podcasts, art and more in the discover section.

Substack says this is only the first version of the Android app, but incorporates early feedback the company has received from users of the iOS app. The company also notes that the iOS app is the source of 10% of all new subscriptions writers receive, and it expects the Android app to achieve similar results.

At the time of the iOS launch, the company said the main purpose of the app was to give users an easy way to read posts and discover new authors on Substack. Additionally, Substack said that while its core framework has been “thriving,” it’s time for it to branch out outside of email and the web.

The launch of the Android app will likely help Substack better compete with other companies in the ever-expanding newsletter market. The rollout comes months after Twitter began testing its “Notes” long-form content feature following its acquisition of Revue. Although Meta was also looking to compete in the newsletter market, today it was revealed that Facebook was shutting down competitor Substack.

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Facebook puts its own Chromium WebView browser in the Android app • The Registry https://androidappscritic.com/facebook-puts-its-own-chromium-webview-browser-in-the-android-app-the-registry/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://androidappscritic.com/facebook-puts-its-own-chromium-webview-browser-in-the-android-app-the-registry/ Analysis Meta’s Facebook has tested its own custom browser engine in its Android app and plans to distribute the code more widely, apparently for better security and an improved user experience. Facebook on Android defaults to having users open web links in the app rather than the mobile browser designated as the default in Android’s […]]]>

Analysis Meta’s Facebook has tested its own custom browser engine in its Android app and plans to distribute the code more widely, apparently for better security and an improved user experience.

Facebook on Android defaults to having users open web links in the app rather than the mobile browser designated as the default in Android’s System Preferences. It does this, like many other popular Android apps, by using Android System WebView, a Google-provided component that loads web pages into the app.

This has some user benefits in terms of resource efficiency, but comes at the expense of users’ browser choice, saved passwords, retained login state, and privacy-related browser settings. , accessibility and extensions.

WebViews also have some benefits for Facebook in terms of improving engagement metrics — getting people out of the app to a standalone web browser means they might not immediately return. It also means better visibility into user activity – WebViews expose more user data and activity than standalone browsers.

An industry source described WebView browsers for The register like “tracker-blocker-blockers”, while noting that the main issue is what it does to the user’s choice.

Coincidentally, Facebook parent Meta was sued last month for allegedly failing to adequately disclose the consequences of WebView-based browsing — a charge the company disputes.

Facebook considers the iOS WebView – from Safari’s WebKit engine – less than ideal because as a system component it only gets updated with iOS updates. On Android, things work differently. Android WebView and Chrome system can be updated through Google Play.

Even so, according to Nate Schloss, director of software engineering at Facebook, Android users often don’t bother to update their Chrome app or apps that incorporate WebViews, which can compromise security and lead to less good user experience.

Blurred lines

“To help address these issues – and following the precedent of browser vendors such as Microsoft Edge, Samsung Internet and Mozilla Firefox all offering custom browser engines on Android – we built and tested a separate Chromium-based WebView for a few years.” Schloss said in a blog post on Friday, blurring the line between companies that offer standalone browsers on Android and Facebook, which offers an embeddable browser component.

According to Schloss, Facebook’s Chromium-based WebView will replace the Android system’s WebView (also Chromium-based, but controlled by Google) for Facebook on Android’s built-in browser.

“This WebView can be updated in sync with Facebook app updates and function as an instant replacement for the System WebView in the Facebook app without compromising or altering the user experience in any way” , explains Schloss.

The register asked Meta if people could use their favorite browser to open links displayed in the Facebook app.

A spokesperson said: “If desired, users can use our in-app browser menu to select the option to open links in the system browser. Additionally, people who do not wish to use the full functionality of our technologies (including the in-app browser) can access Facebook and Instagram through the web instead of our apps.”

However, there is no easy way to configure the Facebook app to open all links in the default Android browser selected by the user. Links have to be opened in the Facebook app first, then the user has to tap the menu ••• More options to load the page a second time in the user’s standalone browser – not exactly an experience transparent user. Meta’s spokesperson observed that this is more than some competing apps allow – TikTok does not support opening links in an external browser, for example.

[A reader writes in to say that Facebook does allow users to open a link first in an external browser, it’s just a fairly hidden option. We’re told you need to open the menu then navigate to Settings and Privacy -> Settings -> Profile -> Profile settings for your account -> Media and contacts -> “Links open externally”. That should work albeit until Facebook undoes the option after a while. – ed.]

Facebook could have used a different technology to implement its WebView replacement, Chrome Custom Tabs (CCTs). Introduced in 2015, Google recommends WebViews for hosting your own content in an application and CCT for external content.

“If your app redirects users to URLs outside of your domain, we recommend using custom tabs,” the company’s documentation suggests, because CCTs offer “support for the same features and capabilities of the web platform than browsers”, and various other benefits like that of Google. Safe browsing system.

We can handle it

Meta’s spokesperson, however, said The register that CCTs wouldn’t work for the Facebook app on Android: “Our in-app browser provides features and security protections for users that we can’t create with Chrome’s custom tabs. For example, we can allow users to report malicious web pages to us and we can more easily detect attacks by malicious actors, such as when a scammer tries to redirect users to a malicious site.”

Meta, obviously, prefers to handle web attacks on its own rather than providing data to Google’s Safe Browsing service. And its concern for security appears to be limited to the mobile environment — Facebook has shown no signs of trying to change the way desktop users experience the social network. Also, WebViews had its own security issues. [PDF] in the old days.

In-app browsers (WebViews and others) have been the subject of debate in recent years, notably by Alex Russell, currently at Microsoft and formerly at Google, and Felix Krause, founder of fastlane.tools. These “Franken browsers” continue to exist because Apple and Google support them in their respective mobile operating systems.

Part of the reason may have to do with letting regulators know there is competition, in order to ward off antitrust litigation.

Indeed, in his comments [PDF] to the UK Competition and Markets Authority, Google specifically cites native apps, “which allow users to view web content on in-app browsers, which have heavy traffic”, as evidence that the company has competition.

Google acknowledges that the CMA interim report “raises concerns that in-app browsers are replacing the default browsers chosen by users.” However, the company supports the CMA’s observation that “the decision of whether a native app launches an in-app browser, and if so, which browser, rests with the developer of the respective app, not Google”.

The Facebook app made this choice, although it allows users to choose for themselves when loading the second page. ®

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Substack officially launches its ‘Reader’ Android app TechCrunch https://androidappscritic.com/substack-officially-launches-its-reader-android-app-techcrunch/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://androidappscritic.com/substack-officially-launches-its-reader-android-app-techcrunch/ Substack is officially launching its Android app after beta testing, the company announced on Tuesday. The Android app rollout comes six months after Substack introduced its iOS app. The Substack Reader app brings all your Substack subscriptions together in one place where you can read content from the authors you follow. The app is also […]]]>

Substack is officially launching its Android app after beta testing, the company announced on Tuesday. The Android app rollout comes six months after Substack introduced its iOS app. The Substack Reader app brings all your Substack subscriptions together in one place where you can read content from the authors you follow. The app is also designed to give writers the ability to better connect with their readers.

The company says the app makes it easier for writers to get new subscribers and for readers to explore and sample sub-stacks they might not have found otherwise. Users can also add any RSS feed to the app through the recently launched Substack web player.

“Your subscribers who use Android devices can expect the same quality reading, watching, and listening experience from our new app,” Substack said in a blog post. “The Android app is simple and focused. No ads, no noise, no spam. Podcasts, videos and the community further enrich the inbox. We will add new features and functions as we continue to grow the app and improve the experience for readers, writers, podcasters, videographers, community leaders and more.

Once you open the app, you’ll be taken to your inbox, which shows you new newsletters from all the writers you subscribe to. When you click on a post, you can use the navigation bar at the bottom to view and post comments. On the main homepage, there is a discover tab where you can search or view featured writers. You can also browse content based on categories, including tech, politics, travel, podcasts, art, and more in the discovery section.

Substack says this is only the first version of the Android app, but incorporates early feedback the company has received from users of the iOS app. The company also notes that the iOS app is the source of 10% of all new subscriptions writers receive, and it expects the Android app to achieve similar results.

At the time of the iOS launch, the company said the main purpose of the app was to give users an easy way to read posts and discover new authors on Substack. Additionally, Substack said that while its core framework has been “thriving,” it’s time for it to branch out outside of email and the web.

The launch of the Android app will likely help Substack better compete with other companies in the ever-expanding newsletter market. The rollout comes months after Twitter began testing its “Notes” long-form content feature following its acquisition of Revue. Although Meta was also looking to compete in the newsletter market, today it was revealed that Facebook was shutting down competitor Substack.

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Sheltered, Underworld Office, Fairy Knights, and more https://androidappscritic.com/sheltered-underworld-office-fairy-knights-and-more/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://androidappscritic.com/sheltered-underworld-office-fairy-knights-and-more/ Today’s Android game and app deals, courtesy of Google Play, are live now and waiting for you below. The software deals are complemented by deals on the Motorola Edge+ smartphone as well as the lowest price yet on the OnePlus 9 Pro handset. But for now, we’re focusing on apps, including titles like Sheltered, Underworld […]]]>

Today’s Android game and app deals, courtesy of Google Play, are live now and waiting for you below. The software deals are complemented by deals on the Motorola Edge+ smartphone as well as the lowest price yet on the OnePlus 9 Pro handset. But for now, we’re focusing on apps, including titles like Sheltered, Underworld Office, Numberwiz, Fairy Knights, and more. Click the fold for a full rundown of today’s most notable Android app deals.

Today’s best Android app deals:

Along with ongoing price drops on the Motorola Edge+ smartphone with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Samsung’s latest Galaxy Z Fold 4, today’s Android hardware deals are headlined by OnePlus 9 Pro. Now $200 off the going rate, today’s offer is a new all-time low on the previous generation OnePlus handset. Just be sure to also look for deals on Crucial’s X8 USB-C 3.2 2TB Portable SSD and everything else in our roundup of smartphone accessories.

Other Android app deals are still running:

Learn more about the shelter:

Sheltered is a post-apocalyptic disaster management game that gives a whole new meaning to the term “nuclear family”. Ahead of the billions lost in a nuclear holocaust, you must gather as many supplies as possible en route to the underground concrete shelter that will soon become your family home for the foreseeable and dire future. As the overwhelming desperation of this new world surrounds you, how will you survive? Your approach to the countless moral choices you will face on a daily basis could mean the difference between your family’s life or their unhappy end.=


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First contact with deep space, more https://androidappscritic.com/first-contact-with-deep-space-more/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://androidappscritic.com/first-contact-with-deep-space-more/ Today’s best deals on Android games and apps are now live and waiting for you in the fold. Just be sure to check out the price drops we’re tracking on Samsung’s latest foldable Galaxy Z Fold 4, Belkin AirPlay 2 Google Assistant speaker, and Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones while you’re at it. As for apps, […]]]>

Today’s best deals on Android games and apps are now live and waiting for you in the fold. Just be sure to check out the price drops we’re tracking on Samsung’s latest foldable Galaxy Z Fold 4, Belkin AirPlay 2 Google Assistant speaker, and Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones while you’re at it. As for apps, today’s collection is highlighted by deals on Deep Space: First Contact, MechaNika, Geometry PRO, NoteLynX Pro Outliner Mindmap, and more. Head below for a full rundown of today’s best Android app deals.

Today’s best Android app deals:

Along with a continued price drop on the Motorola Edge+ smartphone with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, today’s Android hardware deals are headlined by Samsung’s latest foldable Galaxy Z Fold 4 to a new all-time low. From there, we also have notable discounts on Belkin’s Google Assistant AirPlay 2 speaker, Bose QuietComfort 45 headphones, all of today’s Anker charging gear deals from $15and everything related to smartphone accessories.

Other Android app deals are still running:

Learn more about Deep Space: First Contact:

In Deep Space: First Contact, you will have the role of a security guard in a space station. You find yourself working as usual in the security zone, when suddenly you hear an explosion… A breach in the lab! Explore the carefully designed space station, with stunning graphics and lots of detail, visit rooms and labs, activate the main generator, open the hangar doors and find the ship to escape to!


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🎫New version of TypeScript, Flutter How-tos 📳, Android App Development Bundle📚 https://androidappscritic.com/%f0%9f%8e%abnew-version-of-typescript-flutter-how-tos-%f0%9f%93%b3-android-app-development-bundle%f0%9f%93%9a/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://androidappscritic.com/%f0%9f%8e%abnew-version-of-typescript-flutter-how-tos-%f0%9f%93%b3-android-app-development-bundle%f0%9f%93%9a/ Apple and Microsoft Week rolled out these announcements and updates: Apple Upcoming Tax and Price Changes for Apps and In-App Purchases – Starting next week, prices for apps and in-app purchases (excluding auto-renewable subscriptions) on the App Store will increase in Ghana and in Turkey. In Ghana, these increases also take into account a new […]]]>

Apple and Microsoft Week rolled out these announcements and updates:

Apple

  • Upcoming Tax and Price Changes for Apps and In-App Purchases – Starting next week, prices for apps and in-app purchases (excluding auto-renewable subscriptions) on the App Store will increase in Ghana and in Turkey. In Ghana, these increases also take into account a new value added tax of 12.5% ​​and additional levies of 6%. In addition, revenue from electronic publications in Estonia has been adjusted to reflect a reduction in value added tax from 9% to 5%.
  • TestFlight Update – Developers can now submit apps built with Xcode 14 beta 6 using the SDK for iOS 16 beta 5, iPadOS 16 beta 5, macOS 13 beta 5, tvOS 16 beta 5 and watchOS 9 beta 5 for internal and external tests

Microsoft

Weekly Selections

We have selected some interesting articles from the world of technology for you:

  • Experimenting with postures in Flutter – This article is not a tutorial – It’s a story of the fun Andrei Diaconu had with Flutter and Surface Duo. In the end, I hope you agree with these two statements: foldable devices are playgrounds for your new interaction ideas and Flutter is great for prototyping your new interactions.
  • Top Tips for Adopting Android’s Notification Permission – If you need to improve your app’s user experience before targeting Android 13 or testing your app’s integration with permission without flashing different versions operating system on your device, you’ve come to the right place! In this blog, Terence Zhang explains how to avoid excessive notifications and enforce runtime permissions.
  • Swift Package Manager, build configurations and non-compilable iOS projects – In this article, Tomasz tries to add SPM to a legacy project containing frameworks not compatible with Apple Silicon iOS (arm64) simulators.
  • How to Create Complex UIs with Flutter for Beginners – Order Tracking Screen – In this article, you will learn how to code a simple UI – order tracking screen. If you’re a beginner, this is a good resource for understanding how to analyze and code any user interface, both simple and complex.
  • Parameter injection for Android ViewModels – Injecting dependencies into our ViewModel is already good practice, it keeps the implementation flexible and easy to test. But what about the parameters provided to the screen or to the Fragment? This adds extra steps to our ViewModel, we need to know which Alex will walk you through dependencies and constructor parameters.

Tutorial of the week

Publish your application in the stores

Once you’ve published your app in beta to the Google Play Console and TestFlight, publishing it to production is very easy. In this recipe, you’ll see the steps needed to finally see your app in stores.

Prepare

Before following this recipe, you should have completed all of the previous recipes in this chapter, or at least those that target your specific platform (iOS or Android).

How to do…

You will now see how to move your beta application into production, both in the Google Play Store and in the Apple App Store.

Move your app to production in the Play Store

By following these steps, you’ll take your Android app from beta to production:

  1. Go to Google Play Console at https://play.google.com/apps/publish and select your app.
  2. In your app’s dashboard, click the Preview releases link on the left.
  3. In the Latest Versions section, click your test version.
  4. Click the Promote Version link, then select Production, as shown in the following screenshot:

  1. Add or edit release notes in the text field, then click the Review Release button.
  2. Review the release summary, then click the Start Deployment to Production button.

Move your app to production in the App Store

In the next steps, you’ll take your iOS app from beta to production:

  1. Go to the App Store Connect page at appstoreconnect.apple.com, then click the My Apps button and select your app.
  2. On the Prepare Submission page, ensure that all required previews, screenshots, and text are complete; otherwise, add the missing data.
  1. In the Build section, click the Select a build before you submit your app button.
  2. Select the version you downloaded via fastlane, then click the Done button.
  3. Click the Submit for Review button at the top of the page and confirm your choice.

How it works…

After hitting the Start Deployment to Production button, you can expect to see your app on the Play Store within 48 hours. In my experience, this time is much shorter after your app is first published (even 2 hours in some cases). For iOS, you can expect your app to be released within 4 days.

This tutorial is taken from the Flutter Cookbook.

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