Publish to the Google Play Store

Mar 31 2020 · Video Course (40 mins) · Beginner

Learn how to build a release-ready APK and upload it to the Google Play Store. Along the way, learn how to use the developer console and the guidelines to follow before publishing an app.

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  • Kotlin 1.3, Android 5.1, Studio 3.5

Welcome to the course! In this episode, get an overview of the process to upload an app to the Play Store and the requirements that the app should meet.


Before uploading your app to the Play Store, make sure that no sensitive data is leaked. Learn how to ensure that no logs are sent when you publish your app.


In this episode, learn how to create a new developer account and configure basic settings.


Learn how to create a signed apk of your app that you can upload to the Play Store.


Publishing an app is more than just development and programming. Learn to take screen shots to attract potential users, write a good description, and much more.


It's useful to get feedback from users before publishing a final version of your app. Learn about the different kinds of test versions and when to use them.


Your alpha version has been released to testers. Now, create a production release which will make your app available to the entire world!


Learn how to use the different link formats that Google offers to bring your users to your app's home page, developer's home page, and more.


Version history

Android 12, Kotlin 1.5, Android Studio Arctic Fox | 2020.3.1

Mar 8 2022

Android 5.1, Kotlin 1.3, Studio 3.5 (Selected)

Mar 31 2020

Who is this for?

Android developers who want to publish their first Android app to the Google Play Store. This course expects you to be familiar with Android Studio and basic Kotlin programming. You will also need a Google developers account to upload your app to the play store which currently has a 25 USD fee.

Covered concepts

  • Publishing apps to the Play Store
  • Developer Account Creation
  • Play Store listing creating
  • Create test releases