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Publish React Native Apps – Sagar Jadhav

If you’re wondering how to
Optimize your app for production
– Set up a Google Play developer account
Integrate ads in your app
– Keep users engaged 
Promote your app
– Make professional-quality logos and screenshots
– Avoid common publishing mistakes
– Choose the right name for your app
Publish updates to your app

then this is the book you need.

This guide will provide you with all the information you need to publish your app to the play store so you can showcase your talent to the world!

You will learn how to:
Polish your app and get it ready for publishing ✓
Implement push notifications, so you can keep users engaged ✓
Integrate advertisements, so you get paid for all the hard work you put into developing the app ✓
Create professional-quality logos and screenshots for free ✓
Make your app screen-reader friendly

BONUS CONTENT! 
Promotion strategies to get your app in front of as many people as you can!
App store optimization (ASO) to rank your app higher in the search results!
Solutions for common issues, so you don’t have to spend time scratching your head!

FAQ:
Does this book teach how to develop React Native apps?
No. This book assumes you have already developed a React Native app. However, there are quite a few tips mentioned across the book to make your app better (such as responsive design, making the app screen-reader friendly, etc.)

Does the book contain information on how to publish iOS apps made with React Native?
No. This book focuses only on publishing and optimizing android apps.

Does this book contain information on how to make money from apps?
Using this book, you will learn how to integrate ads into your app. Although ads are a great way for generating revenue from your app, the amount of money you make will depend on the number of users for your app.

Does this book provide step-by-step instructions to implement push notifications and ads?
Yes. There are code samples you can copy and paste to save your time. However, mobile development is a fast-changing field, and hence a few code changes might be necessary.

Are there any affiliate marketing links in the e-book?
No. There are links to external websites in the e-book but, rest assured, you can safely click on these as the author has no affiliation with the websites mentioned.

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