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Alongside officially announcing details for its Word Wide Developer Conference, Apple this evening has launched an entirely redesigned webpage with guides on how to make “great apps for the App Store.” On the webpage, Apple details how interested users can join the Apple Developer Program, manage applications, promote applications, and much more.

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 On the redesigned webpage, Apple offers what it is calling “Developer Insights” that discuss the stories of established developers like Evernote and Smule. Each established developer is used as an example for a step in the process of developing applications. Topics range from building a brand, building an Apple Watch client, localizing apps for different markets, and more. Each topic includes a video focusing on how the specific app was able to succeed.

There’s a new “Planning” webpage as well. This page details all of the steps to plan out when building your own app for iOS, tvOS, watchOS, and Mac OS X. This webpage shows how to best optimize your app for the App Store, how to monetize, and how to grow a user base.

Apple also, of course, details the guidelines for apps in each of its App Stores. In addition to standard content guidelines, Apple also breakdown interface and marketing guidelines, as well as Apple Pay and Wallet implementation requirements. Finally, there’s a new webpage dedicated to the entire process front to back of submitting an application to any of Apple’s app stores.

Apple’s annual developer conference WWDC will take place from June 13th through June 17th in San Francisco. We will undoubtedly hear a lot more about the company’s developer efforts during this event, but in the meantime, its new App Store webpage makes for some good reading material.

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