Pepperi's self-service, easy to use add-on allows you to create your own private label version of Pepperi apps on both app stores (Google & iOS).
Publishing your own private label version of the Pepperi native app for iOS or Google requires you to upgrade your Pepperi subscription. Contact your Pepperi success manager.
Once you have upgraded your subscription the configuration tool for the Private Label app will be enabled in your Pepperi Web App Settings. The configuration is intuitive and you will be guided in the tool on which graphic assets to load.
For details on Google Play see Pepperi Private Label App for Google Play Add-on
Before configuring the Private Label app in the add-on, first enroll your organization in Apple's Developer Program. Then follow the instructions below.
- App icon
- App Title
- App Color
- About text in all languages Pepperi supports
- Create numerous builds of the same version
- Upload builds directly to the developer portal
- Download build app file
Go to Settings -> Branded App -> Private Label iOS
Open the Configuration Tab
You need to generate an App Store Connect API key and upload it so that we can upload builds of your branded app. Instructions: App Store Connect Account API Key
Follow the dimension and type equirements for each image.
App Icon requirements:
- 2048px * 2048px
- 72 dpi
- No transparency
App Logo requirements:
- Transparent background
- Colored version (used on white backgrounds)
- White version (used on backgrounds that are in your Main Color)
Choose a Main Color and enter the About App info (in multiple languages if needed)
Main Color - enter the hex number of your company's branding
Web address - your company's web site you wish to appear in the "About the app" info page within the app.
App info is a description of the purpose of the app for the target audience. You can look at Pepperi's app info as an example (login to the Pepperi app on any device, go to Settings -> About)
Now is the time to upload your App build to the Apple Developer Store
Select the latest version (or the version your project manager told you to use) and click "Create New Build".
When the Build creation is successful, click "Upload To Developer Portal"
Set up a Testflight Version and Roll Out Release on the Apple Developer Console
Set up a Testflight version of the app on the Apple Developer Store
When your test users approve the look of the test version of the app, then you can push out a release.
Apple will take a few days to approve it and it will be publicly released on the Apple Store