iOS App Distribution
Sep 5 2023 · Swift 5.9, macOS Ventura 13.4, Xcode 15 Beta
Part 2: Internal Distribution & Beta Testing
13. Public vs Unlisted Apps
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Have you ever wanted to make an app, but for a limited set of people? You’re in luck! In addition to apps having a public listing that can be seen by everyone in the App Store, you can now set your app as unlisted, and only provide the link to those people that you want to have it. This gives you all the features and security of the App Store, but just to the people you want.
Notes: 13. Public vs Unlisted Apps
Unlisted app distributon request: https://developer.apple.com/contact/request/unlisted-app/
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Sometimes, you want to release your app, but only to a limited set of users. This is more advanced than an Ad Hoc distribution, but not quite a full distribution. Why would you want to do this?