Posted on 16. August 2021 by Jan Bunk
We regularly help customers - that already have an app - switch to an app created by us. There can be many reasons for this. The most common ones we hear are:
It's always great if you let us know what your reason is, so we can make sure that we can fulfill your expectations.
To publish your app as an update, the new app needs to have the same digital signature as the old app. For that, you will need the following information:
Once you have all of that, you can send it to us, so we can sign the app for you. If you'd rather sign your app yourself, see our guide on signing app bundles yourself. You can skip the section about generating keys, as you need to use your existing ones.
To publish your new app as an update in the Apple App Store, you need to invite us to your existing Apple Developer Account.
Depending on the account type and other individual circumstances, we might need more information from you. We will let you know if that's the case.
There's a few features that most web browsers support but our apps don't yet. In this article we explain what those features are and why we don't support them yet.
Here's a quick guide on how to install an Android app before publishing it in the Google Play Store or another Android app store.
All popular websites have their own app. When you know which features you can get with a web to app conversion, you will understand the benefits.
This website is operated by me, Jan, and my team. I have previously developed a bunch of apps for clients and my own projects. Back in 2019 I noticed that none of the existing website to app converters provide the kind of service I'd expect as a customer. That inspired me to develop a better solution - webtoapp.design. By now, the apps I've created with my team have already been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times from the app stores.