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  • 12. Create an Android Application

    12. Create an Android Application

    This article tells you how to create your Android Application. This is the second step in getting your vBulletin App submitted to Google for Approval.

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  • 10. Installing Application Loader

    10. Installing Application Loader

    This article tells you how to install Apple's Application Loader App ID. This is a supplemental article in getting your vBulletin App submitted to Apple for Approval.

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  • 9. Contracts, Tax, and Banking

    9. Contracts, Tax, and Banking

    This article tells you how to banking and tax information. This is an optional step and only required if you wish to sell your App on the iTunes App Store or if you will be using iAds. It should not be required if you list your App for free and do not use iAds.

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  • 8. Submitting Your App

    8. Submitting Your App

    This article tells you how to create your submit your App to the iTunes Store. This is the eighth step in getting your vBulletin App submitted to Apple for Approval.

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  • 7. Signing Your App

    7. Signing Your App

    This article tells you how to sign your app for publishing and distribution. This is the seventh step in getting your vBulletin App submitted to Apple for Approval.

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  • 5. Create Your Application

    5. Create Your Application

    This article tells you how to create your App for Submission This is the fifth step in getting your vBulletin App submitted to Apple™ for approval.

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  • 4. Creating Provisioning Profiles

    4. Creating Provisioning Profiles

    This article tells you how to create provisioning profiles for your App. This is the forth step in getting your vBulletin App submitted to Apple™ for approval.

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  • 3. Creating Your App ID

    3. Creating Your App ID

    This article tells you how to create your Apple App ID. This is the third step in getting your vBulletin App submitted to Apple for Approval.

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  • 2. Creating your iOS Certificates

    2. Creating your iOS Certificates

    Now that you have your developer account, you need to create certificates that are used to sign your Apps when you submit them. Applying your certificates to the App links the App to your account for proper accounting purposes.

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  • 1. Enroll in the Apple Developer Program

    1. Enroll in the Apple Developer Program

    This article tells you how to enroll in the Apple™ Developer Program. This is the first step in getting your vBulletin App submitted to Apple™ for approval.

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