How do you change an iOS app's filename on the device?

I need to alter the filename of an app. I am not talking about the product name which is displayed under the icon on the home screen, I am talking about the actual filename on the device's storage.

Is there a way to alter this? I am using XCode 4.4.

Answers


In Xcode -> Project -> Build Settings -> Packaging, change Product Name. Note that doing this will cause another instance of your application to be installed if people have already downloaded your old version. This method changes your bundle so the phone thinks your new version is a new app.

You can keep the same bundle ID by changing your Info.plist file to not use ${PRODUCT_NAME} and manually set it to your old PRODUCT_NAME


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