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Setup Your Google Play Store Listing
Before you rollout your app to production, you'll need to provide some details, icons, and screenshots for your Google Play Store listing.

Before You Begin

    Ensure you are logged into the Google account associated with your Google Developer Account
    Ensure you have a release ready to send to Production in the Google Play Console. If not, please check the Upload Your App to Google guide first.
    You will need a paid Adalo plan to implement this guide
Note that all Storefront app listing changes must also be approved by Google upon a new app version submission. However, Storefront updates are not necessarily required for new versions.

Walkthrough

1.) Open the Google Play Console in a new browser tab and choose the app you want to update the Store listing for.
2.) From your app's Dashboard, Click on the Store Presence dropdown in the left-hand menu, then click Main Store Listing
3.) Most fields on this page are required (denoted by * ) so it's best to take notes on what you need first, prepare your screenshots, icons, and descriptions, then return to this screen to update it all at once. In the first section, you can edit the App Name, Short Description, and Long Description users will see in the Play Store.
4.) The next section asks you for an App Icon, a Feature Graphic, and an optional, publicly available, promotional Video link. It's important to abide by the file requirements listed below these fields - your files will not upload if they do not meet the requirements. Two great tools for easily making these files are Canva and Adobe Spark - both of which offer free plans and make it easy to create Store-compliant files.
5.) The next section asks you for phone screenshots of the app in use (not the login or welcome screen of your app). You'll want to upload at least 3 of these. As with the other files, make sure to pay attention to the requirements under this field - your images will not upload if they are not compliant. There are numerous tools for generating professional screenshots such as Mockuphone, CleanMock, AppScreens, and AppLaunchpad.
6.) The last section asks you for tablet screenshots of the app in use (again, not the login or welcome screens of your app). You'll want to add at least 1 of these for each size tablet (2 in total). As with the other files, make sure to pay attention to the requirements under this field - your images will not upload if they are not compliant. You can use most of the same tools for these screenshots such as Mockuphone, CleanMock, AppScreens, and AppLaunchpad. Many makers use the device previewer in Adalo to capture screenshots using a screen capture tool such as Screen Capture on Mac or the Snipping Tool on Windows​
7.) Once you have all the files and required fields put in, click Save in the bottom right corner.
8.) Now you're ready to send your app to be reviewed by Google and, if all goes well, be published to the Play Store! The review typically takes 2-7 days depending on how many apps Google has in the queue.
If you need help rolling out your app to the Production track, revisit the Upload to Google Play Store guide and follow the instructions for promoting app releases from one track to another (Step 14-15).
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