This is how you, as a developer, certify, sign, and test mobile applications and solutions for millions of AT&T customers.
An important step in getting your application, game or widget to market is meeting AT&T's certification requirements. There are many supported platforms, devices, and distribution options for AT&T.
The AT&T certification process varies slightly depending on the distribution channel or platform. Here is an overview of the certification process.
The AT&T certification process consists of the following steps:
- Content Review. The AT&T content review team must approve your content before we publish it through an AT&T distribution channel. All content must conform to AT&T's Content Policy and Application Requirements.
- Code Signing. All applications, games, and widgets must be code signed before publishing to an AT&T distribution channel. Each platform or distribution channel has different code signing processes. Learn more about the official process in Code Signing.
- Testing. Independent test houses conduct application testing as part of the certification process for all AT&T distribution channels. These tests confirm that your application's performance, user interface, data integrity, application security, and data transmission all meet or exceed AT&T usability guidelines. Learn more about the testing process for your AT&T distribution channel.
Certification happens during the Content Review and Code Signing and Testing steps as part of the overall AT&T go-to-market process.
Get started now by clicking the desired distribution channel option for your content.
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