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iOS Publishing: What things I should do before submit new version to my alive app.

iOS Publishing: What things I should do before submit new version to my alive app.

Haibo Zhou
Explorer | Level 3

Dear team,

 

I have an alive iOS app on App Store. It support a few cloud drive service like google drive. And today I have integrated your SDK into my app. Now my app could list folders & files, filter files and download files in Dropbox. It is working well:-)

 

If there is more steps I need to prepare before I submit a new version to App Store? For instance, Google drive require a verification to use their OAuth, which took me 1 week. 

 

I fully follow your SDK guide, however

- I see a file named `PhotoWatch.entitlements` in your sample Swift project. What is it using for? Should I create one? Please advice.

- How could I know my app has reached 50 users then I could apply for Production?

 

 

BR. Haibo

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Re: iOS Publishing: What things I should do before submit new version to my alive app.

Greg-DB
Dropboxer

"Entitlements" is a feature of iOS/macOS, made by Apple. As that's not made by Dropbox, I can't offer support for that. You can find information on that in Apple's documentation here.

 

You can check on the current status of your app on the app's page on the Dropbox App Console. You can find information on the production review process here.

Re: iOS Publishing: What things I should do before submit new version to my alive app.

Haibo Zhou
Explorer | Level 3

Dear team, 

 

Thanks for your email. I understand what that Entitlement file is used for now. And I submit an update version with Dropbox support yesterday, now Apple has approved it. It seems everything is working well, thus I assume I don't need that file.

 

Just one more question, during dropbox SignIn process, users will see below scary screen. It looks to me like my app is suspicious. Is this a correct behavior?

 

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Re: iOS Publishing: What things I should do before submit new version to my alive app.

Greg-DB
Dropboxer

Yes, this warning will be shown if your app is in development status. It will not be shown if your app is approved for production status.

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