Requesting a Whitelabel App

Request a Whitelabel App in Aurasma Studio 

Access to Whitelabel apps require a paid subscription.

Current Aurasma subscribers can request skinned apps directly within studio, under the "Apps" tab. 

Please note that access to the app request form is available only to customers with Aurasma subscriptions. If you are interested in an Aurasma subscription or have any questions, please send us an email at


Whitelabel App Request Form 

Click the "Request a Whitelabel app" to launch a web form.

Fill out the web form with the name of your app and upload the required assets and files. You'll need: 

  1. Provisioning Profile and Bundle App ID (iOS only) 
    Apple requires you to obtain a provisioning profile and app ID to distribute an application to the App Store. These need to be obtained through the iOS Provisioning Portal on the Apple Developer Site,

  2. Icon and Splash Screen Assets
    These include icons for the app and the custom splash page in the various sizes that the App Store and Google Play requires. This article lists a detailed breakdown of the sizes required. Sizes required can also be found in the hover over tooltips of the request form entry boxes. 

When you apply for a skinned app, you need specify whether the application is for the Apple App Store or Google Play. If you require an app for both platforms, you will need to fill out two separate applications with different assets. 


Form Submission and Timeline

Once your assets are ready and uploaded, submit your Whitelabel app request. The Aurasma team will build the app within three business days. 

You will receive an email notification when your app is ready for download in the Aurasma studio.

You will then be responsible for downloading the app file onto your desktop, and submitting this to the App Store/Google Play.  

While in most cases a Whitelabel app can be built within three business days, it can take up to three weeks for Apple to review and approve your app. For this reason, we advise planning at least a month in advance to get an app live on the App Store or Google Play.

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