Frequently asked questions

How long are your contracts?

You pay monthly for AppSpotr’s services. You can start & stop at any time.

Who owns the source code?

AppSpotr grants you a license to use and modify your app but only when used on the AppSpotr system. Your app can not operate without the AppSpotr backend. On this basis, you can not own or move the source code.

What happens if Apple releases a new version of iOS?

We will automatically update your app to a new version if needed, without any additional cost.

Can I become a reseller for AppSpotr?

There are no reseller accounts available in AppSpotr. But you can, of course, build apps for your customers as much as you like with our regular accounts.

Can I publish apps on my own iTunes Connect or Google Play account?

Yes, you can publish apps on your own iTunes Connect and Google Play account.

Are there any third-party costs?

Yes, if you want to publish your app on Google Play you need your own Google Play Developer Account. Setting up a Google Play Developer Account is a $25 one-time fee.
If you want to publish your app on iTunes Connect you need to enroll your account to the iOS developer program. The annual cost for the iOS program is $99.


Do I need a credit card to publish my app without any Premium Features in it?

Yes, even if there are no Premium Features you need a valid credit card to publish your apps. We do not charge your card if there is no Premium Features in it.

Is there any AppSpotr Ads in the apps once published?


Where can I find analytics for my app?

Login to your iTunes Connect/Google Play account to find analytics for your app.

How do I know when my app is published?

You’ll receive an email once the app is published on App Store/Google Play store.

Do I have to republish the app after updating it?

If it is new pages you are adding those changes will happen automatically. If you want to change your app’s metadata (name, icon, splash screens, description, etc.) then you will need to go through the whole publishing process again.

What’s the difference between Android APK and Android Automatic?

Android APK means that we send you the app’s APK and then you’re responsible for publishing it on Google Play, entering information, taking screenshots, updating the app when needed and so forth. We recommend this for the more advanced users.

If you select Android Automatic we’ll handle everything for you. Publishing on the Google Play Store, entering information, taking screenshots, updating the app when needed and so forth. We recommend this option for most users, if there’s no special reason where the app’s APK-file is needed.

Does AppSpotr develop custom-made apps?

The idea behind AppSpotr is for you to build an app yourself. We simply provide you with the tools to do so.
If you need professional help with your app you can contact wiccon.se

Can I remove the privacy policy?

At this time, the privacy policy inside the app can’t be changed. We’re working on a solution for this though.