If you've recently put together an iOS App Bundle, like I have, you may be wondering where you can find the Marketing Resources.
For iOS apps, Apple provides us with guidelines and image resources for marketing purposes. This includes assets and user guidelines for the App Store Badge, psd files for currently supported iOS devices for dropping screenshots into, App Banners, and the like.
Head over to Apple's Developer Page for an explanation of iOS Bundles. Apparently though, that's it.
How are developers supposed to advertise their Bundles?
Let's try creating something simple - an image of the bundle and an App Store link for my website.
Since the bundle icons seem to be generated though iTunes Connect, can I download a high-res version? I haven't yet found a way. Perhaps the App Store is laying out the individual icons rather than flattening them into a single bundle icon image. So far, I haven't been able to find any information.
iTunes Connect does provide the App Store url for the bundle. So that's one step in the right direction.
It's odd Apple has so little guidance on the subject. I'm left with two conclusions. Either developers are not intended to specifically advertise their App Bundles on their website or it's an oversight on Apple's part. I'm getting the feeling the former is true.
If you've come across anything useful, let me know at w.dyson [at] me dot com.