A Jekyll theme for automatically generating and deploying landing page sites for mobile apps.

Automatic App Landing Page

Create and deploy an iOS app landing page on GitHub Pages in only five minutes.

Designed for GitHub Pages for super easy set up.

šŸ”§ Fork this repo

šŸ— Enter iOS App ID in _config.yml

šŸ“² Upload video preview or screenshot

šŸŽØ Customise site in _config.yml (no HTML/CSS)

šŸ“ Write Privacy Policy as markdown in

šŸ•’ Keep a changelog in

āœ… Site becomes live at GitHub Pages repository URL, e.g.

Quick Start

Step 1: Fork this repo.

After forking the repo, your site will be live immediately on your personal Github Pages account, e.g.

Make sure GitHub Pages is enabled for your repo. It might take some time for the site to propagate entirely.

Step 2: Enter iOS App ID in _config.yml

Enter your iOS app ID in the ios_app_id field and commit your changes. Your site will automatically rebuild with your app icon, name, price and link to App Store.

You can go on with customising almost anything in the _config.yml file.

Things you can customise in _config.yml:

  • App Name
  • App Icon
  • App Description
  • App Price
  • App Store Link
  • Play Store Link
  • Press Kit Download Link
  • Cover Image
  • Cover Overlay Color
  • Background Color
  • Text Colors
  • iPhone Device Color
  • Your Name / Company Name
  • Link to Website
  • Social Links and Contact Info
  • Feature List (Title, text, icon)

Step 3: Add screenshot or video

Adding a screenshot

Upload a .png or .jpg of your app to the folder assets/screenshot/. The name does not matter. Be sure to delete the placeholder yourscreenshot.png.

Adding video

Upload your video to the folder assets/videos/. To have support for most browsers, you need to upload two files ā€“ one for Safari and one for Chrome/Firefox.

Video formats supported by Chrome and Firefox:

  • .webm
  • .ogg

Video formats supported by Safari:

  • .mp4
  • .mov


The videos and screenshots must have one of the following resolutions:

  • 828x1792
  • 1125x2436
  • 1242x2688

Step 4: Edit (or remove) Privacy Policy and Changelog

Your site automatically includes pages for a Privacy Policy and a Changelog. Change the content of these pages by editing the and files in the _pages directory.

In each of the markdown files, you can set the include_in_header: value to either true or false. This determines if the page is included in the top navigation. By default, only the Changelog is included in the top navigation. The title of the navigation item can also be edited, by editing the title: in each markdown file.

If you need to, you can create additional markdown based pages just by creating an .md file like the and files in the _pages directory.

Please note: The Privacy Policy and Changelog provided are written using dummy text, so please adapt each of them for your own app. You can also choose not to include these pages, by simple deleting the and files.


If you have feedback regarding bugs or improvements, open an issue, @ me on Twitter or write me an email. You can find my contact info on my website.

I'd love to see the sites you create using this little tool.



Donations are welcome


Emil Baehr


MIT License