App Details

The page allows you to configure the settings related to your app.

Change Project, Package, and Display Name

If you didn't decide on the app or package name when creating a new project, you might have entered a random name. From here, you can change the name anytime.

You can set a different name for the App Store and Play Store using the Display Name.

After changing the package name, errors may appear on the toolbar due to invalidated Firebase config files. To resolve this, generate new config files by going to Settings & Integrations > Project Setup > Firebase > Regenerate Config Files.

Initial Page

You can specify your app's Entry Page and Logged In Page from this section.

  • Entry Page: This page will be displayed if the user is not logged in. This is typically used to display the onboarding flow or to provide the login/sign-up page.

  • Logged In Page: This page will be displayed if the user is already logged in to your app. Users are automatically navigated to the page you specify here on a successful sign-in attempt.

This option will only be visible after you have enabled Authentication. To enable the authentication, navigate to Settings & Integrations > App Settings > Authentication > Enable Authentication.

To set the page, simply choose the page that you want to use from the dropdown menu.

Folder Organization

If you want the improved folder organization for your project, Enable Updated Folder Organization. This is especially helpful for older projects; for new projects, this is enabled by default.

Asset Download

Enable the Download Unused Project Assets option to download all assets, including those that are not currently used in the project. This is useful when you need to access and use the assets in custom code or other parts of your project.

Routing & Deep Linking

From here, you can specify the navigation transition style and deep link URL for your app.


To override the default transition, turn on the Override Default Transition toggle. This will reveal the dropdown menu for choosing the Transition Type and the field for specifying the Transition Duration.

Though this overrides the default navigation transition style of the entire app, you can still use a different transition style between specific screens by selecting it while defining Actions.

If you prefer watching a video tutorial, here is the guide for you:

Deep Linking

Learn about adding deep link in your app here.

Advanced Settings

Kotlin Version

There are various situations where you may need to modify or configure the Kotlin version in your Android project. This could include updating to the latest version, adapting the version to accommodate a specific library or tool, or other specific requirements.

To change the default version, enter the value in Kotling Version.

Last Updated Date: September 4, 2023

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