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Hi

 

Trying to target specific Android and Apple apps and the help center tells me to use the package name of the Android app, should be in the url, but I can´t find any, for exampel in this one: 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.evernote&feature=top-free#?t=W251bGwsMSwyLDIwNSwiY...

 

 

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Re: App package name

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Hi David,

 

I believe the package name is between the ?id= and & of the URL so in your example it would be id=com.evernote&

 

The com.evernote being the package name.


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Hi David,

 

I believe the package name is between the ?id= and & of the URL so in your example it would be id=com.evernote&

 

The com.evernote being the package name.


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