Offer App Clip experiences

Overview of App Clips

An App Clip is a small part of your app that’s discoverable at the moment it’s needed and lets people quickly start and finish a task from your app. Users running iOS 14 or later can quickly access App Clips without needing to download the full app. Learn about App Clips.

To configure how your App Clip is discovered and launched, you create App Clip experiences, each of which includes metadata for the App Clip card, an invocation URL, and invocation methods. You can create many App Clip experiences to support situations when different tasks from your app might be helpful.

A default App Clip experience is required and can be invoked using Safari and Messages, as well as through an NFC tag, QR code, and links in other apps when using an Apple-provided App Clip link.

You can also create advanced App Clip experiences, which enable you to configure your App Clip to use multiple domains, associate your App Clip with physical locations, and customize multiple App Clip cards to represent different businesses with a single App Clip. Learn about configuration options. Learn about configuration options.

When you’re ready to submit your app for review, you can optionally provide up to three URLs that are representative of experiences your App Clip provides, allowing App Review to understand the features and functionalities. Add these URLs in the App Clips URLs section in App Review Information toward the bottom of the Version Information page.

You’ll need to first upload a build that has an App Clip to be able to edit the App Clip section in App Store Connect. Make sure to include the App Clip with a build when you submit future versions of your app, so it will remain available to users.

Learn how to read App Clip information and manage App Clip experiences using the App Store Connect API.

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