Naming issues and iTunes Artwork

by Jannis on Jul.08, 2009, under iPhone development

This morning when I ran the latest Hit It! build on my iPhone I noted that the space I removed from the filename also had a negative effect on the display name. Meanwhile I learned that there is a special property in the Info.plist for the display name on the iPhone called ‘Bundle Display Name’. After re-adding the space here, the iPhone showed the correct app name.

Another thing I noted was the lack of an icon in the iTunes Applications-overview. Google helped me out and after adding a 512×512 icon under the name of ‘iTunesArtwork’ to the project’s root folder, this worked as well.

I just re-uploaded my binary with correct naming and artwork, now let’s see how long review takes.

1 Comment for this entry

  • Humberto Kroc

    First off great post. Im not sure if it has been addressed, but when using Chrome I can never get the whole blog to load without refreshing alot of times. Could just be my computer. Enjoy!

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