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iOS Properties

In the iOS Settings tab, you can set, enable and modify iOS specific properties.

  • Application Version
    The current version of your app. This sets the CFBundleShortVersionString key in Info.plist. For more information about iOS versioning, see Version Numbers and Build Numbers in the Apple documentation.
  • Application Build Version
    The build number of your app. This sets the CFBundleVersion key in the Info.plist file. For more information about iOS versioning, see Version Numbers and Build Numbers in the Apple documentation.
  • Deployment Target
    The deployment target determines the minimum iOS version on which your app can run on device.
  • Device Families
    The device family determines on which iOS devices users can run your app. For example: if only iPad is enabled, your app will not launch on iPhone.
  • Background Modes
    The background mode determines whether your app needs to use an iOS service while in the background to work properly. Select only required services. For example: for a media player, enable Audio.
  • Supported Interface Orientations
    The supported interface orientation toggles the availability of these modes on the devices running your app. For example: if only portrait is enabled, your app will never go into landscape view on the device.