Posted by: bearc0025 | December 1, 2009

Ad Hoc Build Icon in iTunes

I’ve blogged about installing an ad hoc build and how to install an ad hoc build on Windows, but here’s also how to make your app icon show up in iTunes for an ad hoc build…

From Apple documentation…

Note: If you are distributing your application to local users using ad-hoc distribution (instead of going through the App Store), your bundle should also include a 512 x 512 pixel version of your application icon in a file called iTunesArtwork. This file provides the icon that iTunes displays when distributing your application.

The file can be a png or jpg, but must not have any file extension. Drop it in your Resources folder (see image) and build. When you drop it in iTunes now, you’ll see the icon.

Ad Hoc Build with icon

Ad Hoc Build with icon

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  1. […] seen the icon show up in iTunes using this method, but it does show up on the device (UPDATE: see Ad Hoc Build Icon in iTunes). Installing Ad Hoc build via iTunes (click to […]


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