The following steps will take you step-by-step through the process of deploying your Android App Bundle to the Google Play Store:
Step 1:Google Play Developer account: If you don't already have one, create one.Ready AAB file: You can generate it with your development tools. (e.g., Android Studio).App screenshots and other assets: Prepare the visuals and information you need for your store listing.
Step 2: Set up your app in the Play ConsoleOpen the Play Console (https://play.google.com/console) and create an app.Include details about the app, such as its title, description, and category.Specify the target audience and the content rating.Include your app icons and other listing assets in your store listing.
Step 3: Create a new releaseGo to your app's Release section in the Play Console.Then click the Create new release button.You can let Google manage your app signing key if you choose the Manage app signing key option.
Step 4: Upload your AAB fileYou can upload your AAB file or drag and drop it under App bundles.Please enter a name for the release (internal use only).Create detailed release notes for users.
Step 5: Configure app availabilityYou can select the countries or regions in which your app should be available.Choose the target language.Select which testing tracks to release to (optional).
Step 6: Submit your app for reviewEnsure that all information and settings are reviewed carefully before proceeding.Please confirm your agreement with the Play Developer Program terms and conditions.To submit for review, click Submit.
Step 6: Review and address feedback (if necessary)You can expect a review from Google Play within a few days.In the event that issues are found, you'll receive feedback and suggestions to make improvements.Resubmit your app after making any necessary changes.
Step 7: Publish your app (after successful review)When your approval is received, you can choose to publish immediately or schedule it for a later date.Now your app will be available in the selected countries and regions to download.