In order to create the iOS and Android applications for your dating website and to submit them for approval, we require:

1. Access to your developer accounts:

https://play.google.com/apps/publish/signup – for Android (paid registration)
https://developer.apple.com/programs/enroll/ – for iOS (paid registration)

2. Icon sets. You can create them here:

https://romannurik.github.io/AndroidAssetStudio/icons-launcher.html – for Android
http://appiconmaker.co/ – for iOS

3. Access to the following extra services:

– Facebook developer account – https://developers.facebook.com/
– Google developer account – https://developers.google.com/identity
– Google Analytics account – https://www.google.com/analytics/
– Firebase account – https://console.firebase.google.com/ (Android app only)

4. Application name (30 characters for iOS and 50 characters for Android app)
5. Description (please make it as eloquent as you can to convey your message)
6. Keywords
7. Support URL
8. Marketing URL
9. Privacy policy URL
10. Default language(s) and appropriate translations of the text content
11. Contact information of the app owner (your first name and last name)
12. Your email address
13. Your contact phone number
14. Test user access to your site (login and password)
15. Background photo for the main screen and login screen

After you provide us with these details, we will generate the applications and submit them for approval.

The estimated time period before approval and publication:

Google Play — up to 3-4 weeks
App Store — up to 3-4 weeks

In this article you will find more information on the process of getting your app ready for publication in the App Store.

You can preview your app in the Store using StorePreviewer tool.

Also, according to new Apple policy, you have to do those steps for publishing your iOS app:

1. Have a business account to manage your app and its publication. (i.e. not for an individual person, but for a business)
2. Set up unique functionality in the app. The app should offer a unique experience for users.
3. The content of the application must fully match the description.
4. The description should explain how the app's functionality and the app itself offer a unique experience.
5. A unique design is desirable so that there are no similar applications in the store

Important note 1: Google Play and App Store have the right to postpone publishing if any of the provided data is invalid or needs additional checks.

Important note 2: Please make sure that your app does not look exactly like any existing app. Otherwise, the Play Store or App Store team may consider your app a copycat and decline it on the ground of copyright infringement, and your developer account may be suspended.

Important note 3: Our mobile apps are written in Java 1.8 (Android) and Swift 5 (IOS).

What data Google play collect for publications requirements:

Now you can fill out the "Data Security" form. To get started, go to the App Content section in the Google Play Console.
We want to make sure you have enough time and information to fill out the form, so here are some tips for getting ready:

-Read the Help Center on how to provide information about data security and privacy in apps in the Play Console, including lists of data types.

-Check how your application collects, protects, and transfers data. Examples of how to fill out a form for different applications are covered in this Google Play Academy course.

-Sign up for a policy update webinar and send us questions ahead of time. You can attend a shared webinar for all countries or separate sessions for India, Japan and Korea.

-We will also give a presentation and answer questions at the Android Developers Summit and Droidcon.

-Check out the requirements in our Policy Center, or watch the PolicyBytes video on the July updates.

Terms:

-n February, the data security section will be available to users on Google Play.

-If your information is not approved, a "No Information" entry will appear in this section.

-In April, your privacy policy and data security form must be approved.

-Otherwise, we may reject the publication of the application or its updates. It is possible that in the future we will take additional coercive measures.

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