iCloud Display Sets
Your apps can use iCloud storage to store related documents and data. The documents and data are stored in folders called display sets. Multiple apps may reference and store their data in one display set. To set up an app for mobile storage, you first need to set up a display set in iTunes Connect.
Creating iCloud Display Sets
To create a new display set, access the Manage Display Sets page from the Manage Your Applications module. The Manage Display Sets page is located in the footer of the page, in the iCloud section. Click Manage Display Sets.
If you have not yet created a display set, read the Manage Display Sets page to learn how. To create a new display set, click Create New.
For each display set, you must enter a reference name and a display set ID for each display set.
The reference name is an internal name that will be displayed in iTunes Connect only and will not be seen by customers. The reference name can be no longer than 255 bytes.
The display set ID is a unique identifier used to attach your app to a display set. The display set ID you enter here must match the
NSUbiquitousDisplaySet key you specify in your binary's
Info.plist file for all apps you want to attach to this display set. This string must be a uniform type identifier (UTI) and can contain only alphanumeric characters, hyphens, and periods. The string should also be in reverse-DNS format and cannot end in
After you have set up the reference name and display set ID, you can set up localizations for the display set by clicking Add Language.
To add a localization, select the language in which the display name will be shown from the Language drop-down menu and enter the name for the display set as it will be seen by customers in the Display Name field. The display name can be no longer than 75 bytes. To add the localization, click Save.
To finish creating the display set, click Save again.
Managing iCloud Display Sets
After you have created one or more display sets, they appear listed in a table from the Manage Display Sets page. The table lists each display set, the reference name, the display set ID, and the number of apps attached to it. You have the option of deleting a display set if it has no apps attached to it. To view a display set’s details or edit it, click it in the list.
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