App Store Screenshots
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Written by Marcos S
Updated over a week ago

Screenshots are shown on the product page in the various app stores. They let users see app features and functionality before they install an app. You have two options:

Uscreen Screenshots

  • We will generate previews for all your apps before submitting each for review.

  • Screenshots are auto-generated; we cannot create additional screenshots.

  • Arrange the catalog page, so the content you want displayed is captured.

Android & iOS:

1: Home Page (first 2-3 Categories)

2: Downloads Page (4 videos; ordered by upload date; oldest > newest)

3: Video Page (first video in first category)

Text, Font Color, & Background (Accent Color) cannot be changed.

Legacy iPhone & iPad screenshots are generated as well, as required by Apple

Apple Watch:

AppleTV, Android TV, Fire TV, Roku:

1: Catalog Page (first 2-3 Categories)

2: Player Page (first video in first category)

Provide Custom Screenshots

If you prefer, you can create and provide custom screenshot images to use.

  • Let the App Team know in advance (

  • Provide images before apps are submitted for review.

  • You will receive access to the apps during the Testing Phase. This is when you'll be able to create the screenshots.

For the best user experience, provide screenshots for all devices in all required sizes.

The screenshots users see depends on their device:

  • iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 8: 5.5" iPhone Screenshots

  • iPhone Xs/Xr, iPhone 11, iPhone 12: 6.5" iPhone Screenshots

  • iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Mini: 12.9" iPad Screenshots

  • Android phone or tablet: Android Screenshots

Screenshots should demonstrate app features, functionality, and user interface.

  • The majority of screenshots must show the actual app in use.

  • Screenshots must also show the correct device in use.

  • Use images captured from your app to create the screenshots.

  • Do not use marketing/promotional materials that do not show the app in use.

  • Do not include prices because it won't be accurate for all users

To avoid your app being rejected, show the correct device:

-iPad Screenshots must show the app in use on an iPad.

-Do not use images captured on an iPhone to create Android Screenshots.

-Do not resize iPad images to use for the iPhone Screenshots.

Required Images & Specifications:

Android: Google Play Store

-Number: 4-8 Images

-Format: png or jpg (no transparency)

-5.5": 1242x2208 px

*Must show Android device in use.

iOS: App Store

-Number: 4-8 Images

-Format: png or jpg (no transparency)

-5.5" iPhone: 1242x2208 px

-6.5" iPhone: 1242x2688 px

-12.9" iPad: 2048x2732 px

*Must show iPhone or iPad in use.

TV Apps:

-Number: 3-5 Images

-Size: 1920x1080px (png or jpg)

-Apple TV: Must show tvOS Interface

-Fire TV: Must show Fire TV Interface

-Roku: Must show Roku Interface

-Android TV: Must show Android TV

Apple Watch: App Store

-Size: 368x448px or 312x390

-Number: 2-8 Images (png or jpg)

-Details: here

YES: shows app; uses full space

-Must show your app in use.

-Use full space for screenshot

-Provide edge-to-edge screenshots

-Do not frame in or show Apple Watch

NO: shows Apple Watch device

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