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In order to download your application, you must generate a zipped archive containing at least one file: the Manifesto of your application. In order to download your application, you must generate a zipped archive containing at least one file: the Manifesto of your application. You will be asked to select a development affiliate before uploading your application, where you will both own your applications and get payment. We recommend that you use a special bankroll instead of your own one.

It is recommended that you use a new user name for your application instead of your own one. In order to release a host application, you must demonstrate that your development affiliate holds the Web site links that make up the application. Please check out the Google Webmaster Tools Help Center for information about website owner verification.

Multiple uploads are possible before you publish your application. Log in to the development user that you selected in Step 1. Have you never submitted an article before, you must agree to the Developers License Agreements before moving on to the next stage. See Registering for a Google Checkout merchant' retailer account for more information.

Include the shop listings for your application that are not included in the zipped files, such as a long descriptive text, screen shots, video, and link to related websites. You need the following to end the shop listings of your app: 128x128 symbol for shop displays. For more information about using Google trademarks, see Providing pictures for your app's image design and Branding Guidelines.

Prior to releasing your first application, you must purchase a one-time $5 registration for developers. You will see a warning in the dashboard until you have paid the charge. If you release your application, you will receive an application ID. When you submit queries to Google-APIs, you need this information. Your Apple ID will appear in the address bar of a store or shop page for your Apple application.

Check that everything is working correctly before you release your app: Post any new sites and support pages that your application needs to work. Release your application. By publishing to trial account, the shop list of your application is displayed only for you and all your registered test account customers.

We''ll let you type in individual user accounts here or let you build a Google Group so that that group of people can test your application. The following section explains how to setup group publishing. When you' re done publishing, click Publishing to test your account. You have to republish the application if you want to release it for the public later.

You can use Group publishing to join a Google Group of people who can then act on your behalf. What's more, you can create a Google Group of people who can act on your behalf. What's more, you can create a Google Group of people who can act on your own name. They will have full control over all of your item inventory and will be able to make any changes you wish to make to it. Group Publisher creation is irreversible: a new Group Publisher Account is generated and the Google Group you choose is associated persistently with that one.

It is not possible to modify which group is associated with the Group Publisher user name. Continue to keep your own Publication Profile and you can post from either your group or your own profile. Perform the following procedures to setup group publishing: Unless you see a drop-down menu at the top of the Drop down menu page, go to Stage 3.

When you see a drop-down menu, another programmer has already added you to publish groups. In the dropdown list, instead of the Group Issuer Money Box Money Box, browse to your own Money Box Money Box account. On the bottom of the Dashboard page you will see one of two links: Publish Google Groups: Pick an exisiting group or add a new one This will appear if you own one or more Google Groups and these groups are not already associated with a publisher account.

Publish Google Groups: You' ll see this button if you're not the Google Groups owners or if all the groups you own are already associated with other publishers' account(s). Make a new Google Group and place a hyperlink to it: Select New Group.

The Google Groups page appears in a new tabs page. Make your new group. "Google Group link: (We suggest you click the Google Group links that you only use to publish your articles in the group.) At the bottom of the dashboard page, click Submit Changes. Once you have completed the above procedure, a new Group Publisher user profile will be generated.

Your chosen or generated Google Group is associated with this new Publisher Account, and the Group e-mail is the e-mail from the new Publisher account. The new Group publisher site and associated Google Group will appear on your dashboard page. Any member of the group to which the link refers can act on the name of the new publishers affiliate as well.

They can, for example, modify elements, post elements, modify the publisher's ad name, and so on. Every member of the group has to foot the development fees. Allows you to setup group publishing only once and register a Group Publisher user profile. You''ll need to be the owners or administrators of a Google Group to be able to hyperlink that group.

Dropdown lists on the DASHBOARD page only show groups in which you are a member directly (e.g. if you are a member of group A and group A is a member of group B, you are not a member directly of group B and group B is not shown in the dropdown list).

As soon as you have finished setting up the group release, it can take up to 30 min. for the developer in your group to see the changes. It is the standard domain of the new Group Editor client area. Group editors may post elements either for the general public or for their standard domains.

You cannot allow a Publisher to publicize in other domain names. Developers can act on the behalf of more than one Publisher if the Promoter is a member of more than one Google Group associated with them. Each member of the group can select whether they want to relink their own merchants to the player on the DTP page if a merchants login is required or already has one.

If you want to add new shop articles, you can decide whether you want to add them to your own private mixer or the group publishers accounts before you submit the article. As soon as you've created a Group Publisher account (or once you've been added as a member of a Google Group associated with a Group Publisher account ), you can submit your own elements to Group Publisher. Click on the Group Distributor button to add your own elements to your Group Publishing group.

Keep in mind that once you have moved elements to a Group Publisher user, you will no longer be able to move them to your own private publication user accounts. How to move elements to a Group Publisher Account: At the top of the dashboard, in the dropdown list for your choice of publishers, choose the Group Publisher to which you want to move your elements.

Loads the Group Publisher Group Publisher selected page thumbnail. Choose Move Available Elements, next to the New Element icon. You will see a page with a listing of articles that you own yourself. Choose the elements you want to move and click the Move icon to the right of the element.

Confirm by clicking Transmit in the dialog window. Once your articles have been relocated, you will see the Article Submission page again. All articles submitted by you will no longer be displayed on the page. You will see a green toolbar at the top of the page with the last article transmission state. When either your private publish or Group Publisher accounts are locked, you will not be able to submit articles.

When the Group Publisher Account has exceeded its limits for posted elements, you will not be able to commit your posted elements to that Group Publisher. It is not possible to move a purchased product to a Group Publisher that has not created and associated a Google Wallet Reseller Account. If you post in the business it will be immediately viewable to the business and it will be viewable in the business results.

In order to post to the public worldwide, click Post next to your application. Alternatively, you can go to the editing page of the Dashboard and click Submit Changes. When you create an K-12 Training application, you can choose Google Player for Training. The Google Player for Educational is a stand-alone shop where teachers can find, buy, and share applications for their learners with just a few mouse clicks. What's more, it's a great way for teachers to share their knowledge with their learners.

Find out more about how to post in Google Player for Education. For the new bundle, you can change the "max deployment percentage" to 10% and then release the bundle. At present, the function "Controlled Rollout" is only available for articles with at least 10,000 user.

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