AppToMarket – Publish to Android Market
Hey Developers out there!, XDA member kkashi presents AppToMarket, a completely automated tool for making your applications publishable to the Android Market. It includes an easy one-click to convert your AppInventor app, just unzip and run –no installation required-. Save and load multiple configurations, lock your app for portrait or landscape mode, decompile, update manifest, and repackage new .apk files, auto sign your app using your certificate, and many more options are available.
Step in and let us know what apps are you developing on.
Originally posted by kkashi
App Inventor Publish To Market
If you are an App Inventor app and would like to make it publishable to Android Market, I have a FULLY Automated app for your purpose. The application is called AppToMarket, is FREE, Requires ZERO installation (unzip and click on runMeWindows.bat).
If interested, screenshots, Feedbacks, download is available from my blog below.
AppToMarket – Zero Installation Required
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