A native app is programmed for specific device operating systems. iOS native apps have the file extension, .IPA and Android native apps have the file extension, .APK. Typically, a native app is created and secured by your organization for your organization's own use.
You must upload the app's code-signing certificate to Mobility Suite before you can add a native app.
Under Publication, specify any one of the following publication types:
Apps published to this version appear in the Mobility Manager, but are unavailable to users. Administrators and Publishers can set the version of this app to Development, Beta, or Production at a later time. Additionally, apps published to this version cannot be assigned to users at this time.
Publish as Production
Sets the app live and available to all users it's assigned to. The next time the Work Hub updates on the end users mobile device, the app is available for download.
Publish as Beta
Makes the app available to beta users. Beta users can be any users within the group you choose when publishing.
Set as Development
Makes the app available for developers (for example, to code the app). App policies are not enforced on apps that are published to this version.
Under Phone screen shots and/or Tablet screen shots, click Browse and add screen shots.