Submit to the App Store

To Submit to the App Store you will need:

iOS Commercial Builds

To create a Commercial build in EachScape you must:

  1. Create a Release Candidate
  2. Make sure you have an iOS Commercial Provisioning

 Release Candidate

Overview: Different Type of Builds: Release Candidate

Release Candidate Builds are a required to create a Commercial Build.

They are AdHoc build which you can install but NOT modify (no Quick update) on your device.

On iOS you CANNOT install a Commercial Build on your Test Device.

That's why Release Candidate Builds are useful: They allow you to exactly review the app you are submitting to the store. 

Release Candidate are created with the standard Build Process:


Simply pick 'Release Candidate' instead of AdHoc Build.


Once you have a Release Candidate you will have the option to Create a Commercial Build.

When you build is ready, go to Show Builds

Select your Release Candidate Build, then Select the 'Commercial Build' Option to create your Commercial Build

You Commercial Build MUST have a Commercial Provisioning

 iOS Commercial Provisioning

You must:

  1. Get a Commercial Provisioning Provisioning from Apple
  2. Upload that Provisioning into EachScape
  3. Under Configure choose the right Provisioning for you app



You have completed all the steps you are ready to submit to the App Store.

One last thing..

But it's the fun part: You will need to define the marketing around your app in the app store.

Here are some useful Apple Guidelines:  A set of document for the App Store (Screen shot, app price etc).