App bundles make it easy for you to group up to 10 of your iOS or macOS apps together in a single download. Apps in a bundle must be either all paid or all free. A paid app bundle can only include paid apps and must be offered at a reduced price. Each app in a free app bundle must be free and offer an auto-renewable subscription that allows the user to subscribe to and access content or services in all apps of the bundle.
To learn how to create and submit app bundles to the App Store, see App Store Connect Help.
You can create as many app bundles as you want, but you can only have up to 10 app bundles available on the App Store at any given time.
An app can be in up to three app bundles available on the App Store at any given time.
No, you can only include apps associated with your own developer account.
After you have submitted an app bundle for App Review and it has been approved, it will automatically become available for sale when all of the apps it contains are available and all other requirements are met.
In order to be available, app bundles must meet the following requirements:
You can change the name, description, and marketing URL of an app bundle on App Store Connect. These changes must be approved by App Review. Learn more about how to edit app bundle information in App Store Connect Help.
Most other types of app bundle information, including screenshots, localizations, and so on, are automatically pulled from the information of individual apps in the bundle and cannot be edited.
No, app bundles can't be deleted.
You can only add or remove apps from an app bundle before it has been approved by App Review. If your app bundle has already been approved, you must create a new app bundle.
Yes, you can transfer apps that are included in an app bundle. When you transfer an app included in an app bundle currently available on the App Store, the app bundle will be removed from the App Store.
You can then create a new app bundle that doesn’t include the transferred app.