Studio/Enterprise Custom Branded App: Required Assets

This article is going to provide a break-down of what assets are required in building the Studio/Enterprise Custom Branded App. These assets are going to your marketing materials, such as the description for your mobile application and logo. You will be submitting this directly to our Custom Branded App (CBA) Team. Once we have been added to your developer accounts, a member of our team will provide the submission form to bring the process of collecting your assets. 

What do we need?

The following information is required from you as part of the Studio and Enterprise Custom Branded App process:

  • App name
  • App description
  • Logo
  • Branding colors
  • Splash (background) image for the initial welcome screen

Once we have your logo and images, we will put together the designs and will give you a preview of how the designs on multiple different devices (i.e. iPhone, iPad, etc.). We will work with you to review and get your approval before anything gets published. 

Please note, there are certain restrictions for the images to be used on your App. The image must comply with Google's Developer Policy. Additionally, the image provided cannot be of trainers and/or models who are topless/shirtless, in sports bras, or underwear, nor can they be showing any cleavage.

Additional Documents

From time to time, Apple and Google will require proof of ownership and proof of trademark. To help move things faster, please provide us with legal documentation that showcases you own your company and your company name is trademarked.

Should we require any additional documents, a member of our team will reach out to you.

Submission Form

Once you have created your Developer Accounts for both iOS (Apple) and Android (Google Play Store) devices, we will provide you with our Submission Form so we can begin the process of developing your Custom Branded App. 

The Submission Form will require you to confirm you have created your Developer Accounts, have added Trainerize as an Admin on both Apple and Google, and have your assets ready to attach.



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