I published my android app (a simple web viewer app) on saturday to the google play store. It was very easy and it is online now.
Yesterday I buyed the membership for the apple developer programm and I have done the steps 1 to 1 like in the documentation of thunkable. I created a webviewer app for iOS and tried to publish it.
The problem is now, that the publishing doesnt works. I dont see the app on the app store/iTunes connect Testflight and I didnt get any emails. I am very sure that I did everything right. I have no 2 step login and also no active certificate.
I think the publishing has failed or there are some bugs. Maybe some one can help me via skype or whatsapp? I would be very happy.
@ThunkableTeam: You have created something big. Just fix those bugs and it will be the best app development area on the internet.
I agree that the Thunkable dev environment is good. But I had to drop it for iOS. The 12 hour turnaround to find out that publishing wouldn’t work was just too much. I rented a Mac in the Cloud and I’m using XCode. It integrates with the app store more smoothly.
Dear friends i have the same problem, and nobody seems to have a solution. Have you managed to publish it ??? I’m just like you and do not know what to do, maybe leave it thunkable since it does not work
thx for sharing your information with the community
first thing, that comes to my mind is: why is your app ID: com.gmail.falitos.infanciaapp ?
Because, I have the emailadress: email@example.com and my app in thunkable is called: cherryapp
and so my app ID is: com.greenteam.cherryapp
Actually I have to correct my post about the Bundle name: It seems that the @thunkable has changed the logic of the name giving. if the emailadress is firstname.lastname@example.org, and app name is testapp, then the automatic bundle app ID is
Perhaps developers like @Mark or @albert can help at this point, because I am not uptodate in this topic. (and even does not understand, why every app from thunkable has by default “gmail” in its bundle name)…
… actually I assume this is because of make renaming possible, which was an issue a few month ago.
@Rafael_Fernandez_Cas Please tell us:
1.: Did Downloading the App for iOS and installing on a test device work?
2.: In your screenshot the textbox for the Team ID is not filled - why?
3.: I would recommend to remove the icon picture for a while, as this may cause trouble…and by the way a JPG is very unusual. Your should prefer a PNG image. But in the first step just try without icon image!
“192 x 192 px (minimum); square (equal width and height) and ideally .png (vs. jpg)”
thx for these informations, you can edit your last post and delete the Team ID again, so this sensitive information is no more public.
Let’s wait for other community members or @thunkable developers for further support.
I cannot help any further, because I have only limited understanding of the whole publishing process, but I think you have done a great job to make the problem understandable and other users, facing the same problem will be gratious for your sharing.
@Rafael_Fernandez_Cas Sorry to hear abut your difficulties. Apple’s app publishing process is fairly complicated. I am not an expert on it, though, so I will invite @albert and @mike, into the conversation.
@User81 Yes, the reason for including the ‘gmail’ in there for the default bundle id is to help ensure uniqueness. So, for example, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org will have different bundle ids.