• How to Request Native Apps (Apple and Google)

      What does Requesting for Native App mean? Our App Submissions Team will review if everything looks good in your app to ensure a smooth process of submission to Apple/Google. Requesting for a Native app and submitting it for review is the first part of the process of getting your app live on Goo...

  • How do I update my app?

    You can update your app as many times as needed. Unlike traditional app developers and agencies, who will charge you for updating your app,  Passion.io lets you log in and make changes to your app anytime.  You built your app using two Passion.io tools; PassionApps & PassionProducts.  These can b...

  • Why aren’t my uploads and changes showing on my PWA?

    You may have uploaded some content and wanted to see these as a preview on your Web App. But upon checking, you are unable to see your new content (App Icons, Backgrounds, Text, etc.). Without complete details, your Web App will not show any changes even if you have already published a course. Yo...

  • Where can I find my Google Play Store and Apple App store links?

    To locate your Apple app store link, go to Settings - Distribution Platform and under the iOS App section, click on the "GO TO APPSTORE" button.      You should be redirected to the app store page where you can copy your URL:    For your Google play store link, scroll down on the same page and ...

  • How to create hidden pricing?

    Though our recommendation is not to submit an app to Apple with a plan above $99, you can absolutely sell high-ticket products with passion.io!   We suggest using In-App Purchases for your trip-wire/ lead magnet offer of between $5-$99... and then upsell to higher price plans using hidden checkou...

  • What do I need to do before I submit my app?

    When you submit your app, it will go to the Apple App Store and Google Play Store for review. The most important thing they are looking for is an app that will add value to their stores. Remember this when you’re building your app.  Below is a "Cheat Sheet" of must haves in your app before you se...

  • Should I request a native app (Google/Apple) in my first 30 days with Passion?

    From our experience in working with 800+ experts, we do not advise you to worry about the iOS/Google app on your initial 30 days with us,  Why? An iOS app is going to help you grow your business only when: you’ve completed the Expert Unleashed Challenge launched your product got 5-15 paying...

  • How to Publish an Update to My Apple App?

      Follow the steps below to publish an update to your Apple app: Go to https://appstoreconnect.apple.com/login, type in your login credentials then log in. On your Apple Connect Dashboard, click “My Apps”     Your app status should appear as “Preparing for Submission” in Apple Connect. Make s...

  • Cancel or delay your native app request(Google/Apple)

    If you want to delay or cancel your native app request because you are not (a) ready or (b) need more time to build and design your content, simply fill out this Contact Form and we will process your request. You can get in touch with us again via the Contact Form as soon as you are ready for you...

  • How often can I click the “Publish” button?

    Clicking the submit button tells Apple & Google you’d like them to review the changes you’ve made to your app in the PassionApps section of your app builder. You should only do this for the following reasons: When you have uploaded at least a week's worth of original content to your PassionProdu...