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supply

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Command line tool for updating Android apps and their metadata on the Google Play Store

supply uploads app metadata, screenshots and binaries to Google Play. You can also select tracks for builds and promote builds to production.

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Features β€’ Installation β€’ Setup β€’ Quick Start β€’ Commands β€’ Uploading an APK β€’ Images


supply is part of fastlane: The easiest way to automate beta deployments and releases for your iOS and Android apps.

Features

  • Update existing Android applications on Google Play via the command line
  • Upload new builds (APKs)
  • Retrieve and edit metadata, such as title and description, for multiple languages
  • Upload the app icon, promo graphics and screenshots for multiple languages
  • Have a local copy of the metadata in your git repository
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Installation

Install the gem

sudo gem install fastlane

Setup

Setup consists of setting up your Google Developers Service Account

  1. Open the Google Play Console
  2. Select Settings tab, followed by the API access tab
  3. Click the Create Service Account button and follow the Google API Console link in the dialog
  4. Click the Create Service account button at the top of the developers console screen
  5. Provide a name for the service account
  6. Click Select a role and choose Project > Service Account Actor
  7. Check the Furnish a new private key checkbox
  8. Select JSON as the Key type
  9. Click Create to close the dialog
  10. Make a note of the file name of the JSON file downloaded to your computer
  11. Back on the Google Play developer console, click Done to close the dialog
  12. Click on Grant Access for the newly added service account
  13. Choose Release Manager from the Role dropdown
  14. Click Add user to close the dialog

Migrating Google credential format (from .p12 key file to .json)

In previous versions of supply, credentials to your Play Console were stored as .p12 files. Since version 0.4.0, supply now supports the recommended .json key Service Account credential files. If you wish to upgrade:

  • follow the Setup procedure once again to make sure you create the appropriate JSON file
  • update your fastlane configuration or your command line invocation to use the appropriate argument if necessary. Note that you don't need to take note nor pass the issuer argument anymore.

The previous p12 configuration is still currently supported.

Quick Start

  • cd [your_project_folder]
  • fastlane supply init
  • Make changes to the downloaded metadata, add images, screenshots and/or an APK
  • fastlane supply run

Available Commands

  • fastlane supply: update an app with metadata, a build, images and screenshots
  • fastlane supply init: download metadata for an existing app to a local directory
  • fastlane supply --help: show information on available commands, arguments and environment variables

You can either run supply on its own and use it interactively, or you can pass arguments or specify environment variables for all the options to skip the questions.

Uploading an APK

To upload a new binary to Google Play, simply run

fastlane supply --apk path/to/app.apk

This will also upload app metadata if you previously ran fastlane supply init.

To gradually roll out a new build use

fastlane supply --apk path/app.apk --track rollout --rollout 0.5

Expansion files (obbs) found under the same directory as your APK will also be uploaded together with your APK as long as:

  • they are identified as type 'main' or 'patch' (by containing 'main' or 'patch' in their file name)
  • you have at most one of each type

Images and Screenshots

After running fastlane supply init, you will have a metadata directory. This directory contains one or more locale directories (e.g. en-US, en-GB, etc.), and inside this directory are text files such as title.txt and short_description.txt.

Here you can supply images with the following file names (extension can be png, jpg or jpeg):

  • featureGraphic
  • icon
  • promoGraphic
  • tvBanner

And you can supply screenshots by creating directories with the following names, containing PNGs or JPEGs (image names are irrelevant):

  • phoneScreenshots/
  • sevenInchScreenshots/ (7-inch tablets)
  • tenInchScreenshots/ (10-inch tablets)
  • tvScreenshots/
  • wearScreenshots/

Note that these will replace the current images and screenshots on the play store listing, not add to them.

Changelogs (What's new)

You can add changelog files under the changelogs/ directory for each locale. The filename should exactly match the version code of the APK that it represents. fastlane supply init will populate changelog files from existing data on Google Play if no metadata/ directory exists when it is run.

└── fastlane
    └── metadata
        └── android
            β”œβ”€β”€ en-US
            β”‚   └── changelogs
            β”‚       β”œβ”€β”€ 100000.txt
            β”‚       └── 100100.txt
            └── fr-FR
                └── changelogs
                    └── 100100.txt

Track Promotion

A common Play publishing scenario might involve uploading an APK version to a test track, testing it, and finally promoting that version to production.

This can be done using the --track_promote_to parameter. The --track_promote_to parameter works with the --track parameter to command the Play API to promote existing Play track APK version(s) (those active on the track identified by the --track param value) to a new track (--track_promote_to value).

Tips

fastlane Toolchain

  • fastlane: The easiest way to automate beta deployments and releases for your iOS and Android apps
  • deliver: Upload screenshots, metadata and your app to the App Store
  • snapshot: Automate taking localized screenshots of your iOS app on every device
  • frameit: Quickly put your screenshots into the right device frames
  • pem: Automatically generate and renew your push notification profiles
  • sigh: Because you would rather spend your time building stuff than fighting provisioning
  • produce: Create new iOS apps on iTunes Connect and Dev Portal using the command line
  • cert: Automatically create and maintain iOS code signing certificates
  • spaceship: Ruby library to access the Apple Dev Center and iTunes Connect
  • pilot: The best way to manage your TestFlight testers and builds from your terminal
  • boarding: The easiest way to invite your TestFlight beta testers
  • gym: Building your iOS apps has never been easier
  • match: Easily sync your certificates and profiles across your team using git
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Need help?

Please submit an issue on GitHub and provide information about your setup

Code of Conduct

Help us keep supply open and inclusive. Please read and follow our Code of Conduct.

License

This project is licensed under the terms of the MIT license. See the LICENSE file.

This project and all fastlane tools are in no way affiliated with Apple Inc. This project is open source under the MIT license, which means you have full access to the source code and can modify it to fit your own needs. All fastlane tools run on your own computer or server, so your credentials or other sensitive information will never leave your own computer. You are responsible for how you use fastlane tools.