I have created an app to keep track of my hobby. Building static scale models.
For this, I named my app “My Models 2”
(Because after creating the first idea, I had made some changes, so I thought I name it My Models 2)
Now I had made some changes to the app again. But first, to be sure, I made a duplicate of the app and the Google Sheet.
Now that app is finished and working.
I renamed the “new version” to “My Models 2.1”. Also, the Google Sheet that is connected to it, I had changed the name.
I first looked up the URL of the app.
Then I unpublished the first version and published the new app with the same URL name.
This took a few minutes but it is working. But there is one thing.
In the startup screen of the app, it is still saying “My Models 2”
If I go to the “About” of the app, there I can see “My Models 2.1”
I am using the free plan, so I know I cannot place any logo myself.
But, is there a way, that the startup/splash screen will get the “new” name of the app?
So when the app starts, it will show “My Models 2.1”
I hope my question is clear.
Many thanks in advance for all the tips and instructions.
It’s probably cached in your browser. Is this when viewing on mobile, desktop or both?
If mobile, I’d suggest deleting the App shortcut, clearing your browser cache and re-installing.
If desktop, just clearing browser cache and reloading should probably do the trick.
I had tried to clean the cache on my phone, but it is still the same.
After that, I installed the app on a different phone, and there it looked correct.
I still need to try to remove the app shortcut on my phone but I will do this later.
This was also a test for a different app that I am making and more people will use it.
At least I know what could happen and what to do about it.
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