In order to do this you’ll have to white label the app; this will allow you to get the actual files that are your app so you can upload them to the stores, etc.
(Just as an aside here, having your app in a store is nice - but with AppSheet apps they run just as well inside a web browser (in most cases, and this sounds like one) as a progressive web app. This way people can just go to a web address and use the app; no downloading, installing, etc.)
This is something that’s a little trickier to make happen. From the sound of the use case, you’re probly not wanting to have to pay for a license for each person that accesses the app; if it’s for a local company to provide an online ordering service, you could have hundreds (possibly thousands eventually) of people accessing the app - you don’t want to have to pay for a license for each of them.
To solve this problem you’re going to need two apps; one that’s secure for management of things, and another public app for people to access.
But there are some limitations with the public app, the part of wanting customers to be able to see their data but not others is difficult; you can’t customize things like this in a public app.
I think the actual solution would be a business subscription, because then you can get a hybrid licensing structure to fit your situation.
I’m curious to hear thoughts from someone on the AppSheet team about a possible way to accomplish this WITHOUT needing a business plan; could a public app be constructed and still allow people to see their person data? @praveen @Adam @Aleksi