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You can download the binary file for any stored version of a native application that you manage in Apperian, including native apps that were created as hybrid applications. This is useful, for example, if you want to use Apperian to sign an app but then need to distribute that signed app to your mobile users through a system other than Apperian.

 

To download an application
  1. On the Apperian Portal navigation bar, click Applications to display the list of applications. Use the Search box to search for a specific application. 

  2. Click the Details link for the application to display the Details page. 
     

  3. In the Version History section of the page, click the Download link next to the version of the app that you want to download. If you want to download the latest version of the application, you can either click the Download link listed by that version or click the Download button at the bottom of the page. The application file is downloaded to the Downloads folder on your computer. 

    If there is no Download link next to a version, it means that either the version was created before Apperian supported managing multiple versions of a single application, or it means you have more than 10 versions of the application. Apperian stores up to 10 versions of a single application; if you save more than 10 versions, the oldest version(s) exceeding 10 will still be listed in the version history but are no longer stored in Apperian

      

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