• Reminder from Google: Starting November 1, 2019, App Updates Are Required to Target Android 9 (API Level 28) or Higher

    Overview  New Android versions will have a higher API level to introduce new features and capabilities for users and developers. You may receive the following email from Google warning you to publish your APKs at the right API level. In most cases...

  • Disabling Google Play App Signing

    Overview This article describes how you can deactivate/opt-out of Google App Signing. If this option is enabled, it may be received as if the certificates from the existing app do not match the app (APK) that you want to upload and this can lead t...

  • Submitting an Android App

    Overview The First Step of the Publishing an Android App on the Google Play Platform procedure is to submit the app using the BiznessApps CMS Platform. This article explains what needs to be done so that you can successfully submit an Android app,...

  • "You Uploaded an APK that is Signed with a Different Certificate" Error Upon Uploading on Google Play Store

    Overview When uploading your BiznessApps Android APK file to Google Play Store you may receive an error saying "You Uploaded an APK that is Signed with a Different Certificate to your previous APKs". This article explains why this occurs and what ...

  • Optimizing App Searchability in Google Play Store

    Overview This article will provide you with the basics of optimizing your keywords to help improve your app's search results in the Google Play Store. This article also outlines how to find the relevant keywords you can use as elements in enhancin...

  • Changing the Android Version in BiznessApps CMS

    Overview The APK file version, also known as the Android Version, is a numeric value that increments every time the app is published for Android. There are times when this counter does not work as expected, and the APK file is sent to the customer...

  • Publishing Android App

    Overview You need to publish your app so that your clients can access it. The first step of publishing your app is submitting it on the CMS side. Then you need to upload your app to Google Play Store for Android so that you app can be published. ...

  • Updating Apps on an Android Device

    Overview User devices may not be getting certain applications automatically updated. This article will provide the steps on how to update your applications from an Android device.  Please note that the steps provided may vary depending on the Andr...

  • APK file not received after publishing Android App

    Overview When you need the APK file of your app, you might realize you have not received your APK file after you have published your App on the CMS platform. Follow the steps below to access the APK file.   Diagnosis After submitting your Android...

  • Uploading an Android App's APK onto the Google Play Store

    Overview The Second Step of the Publishing an Android App procedure is to upload the app's APK file onto the Google Play Store. This article outlines the steps so that the app is updated/published on the Google Play Store and thus available to dow...

  • Single Clients: App Upload & Approval Process for Android

    Overview The app must go through an approval process before it goes live and downloadable in the App Store and Play Store. Both Apple and Google have review processes, though the two differ significantly. This article details the approval process ...

  • Complying with the Google Play (2019) Requirements

      BiznessApps CMS currently meets all the new Google Play requirements (released in August 2019) for Android Apps listed under their Launch checklist. All that is required from users to meet the new Google Play requirements is ensuring that the ap...