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  2. Defining in-app Offers in the Store Submission Process
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From the book Defining in-app Offers in the Store Submission Process

Defining in-app Offers in the Store Submission Process

When I’ve fully-tested my in-app purchases locally, and I’m ready to submit my app or an update to the store, the first thing I need to do, as with trial-mode features, is to replace all references to the CurrentAppSimulator with the CurentApp object. Then, during the submission process, I’ll need to define the in-app offers for my app in the “Advanced Features” step of the submission process, as shown in Figure 13.27.

Figure 13.27 Defining in-app offers during the store submission process

Be sure that you use the exact same product id, price tier and Product lifetime in this form as you do in your WindowsStoreProxy file. At the time of writing, only free offers can be added to your apps, but you can still add them for testing purposes. Once your in-app offer details have been added, you can submit your app to the store.

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