Get an awesome landing page for your iOS app in less than 30 seconds

Awesome App Landing Page

Get an awesome landing page for your iOS app in less than 30 seconds (seriously)

It's easy to try out, you can just delete your forked repository if you don't like it

In less than 30 seconds you'll be set up with an awesome app landing page like the one below giving you more time to spend making awesome apps! All without leaving your browser.


✓ Command-line free fork-first workflow, using to create and customize your awesome app landing page ✓ Free & Automatic Hosting with GitHub Pages ✓ Fully Responsive Base Theme (Demo) ✓ Apple Devices for Screenshots ✓ Apple Smart App Banner ✓ Google Analytics Integration ✓ Social Icons ✓ Sass Support ✓ Bootstrap ✓ Font Awesome

✘ No installing dependencies ✘ No need to set up local development ✘ No configuring plugins ✘ No need to spend time on theming ✘ More time to code other things ... wait ✓!

Quick Start

Step 1) Fork this repo

Your Awesome App Landing Page will often be viewable immediately at (if it's not, you can often force it to build by completing step 2)

IMPORTANT: Don't forget to replace username with the GitHub user name or organization name you forked the repo to.

Step 2) Edit _config.yml to customize

Enter required information:

  • App Name
  • iOS App ID (10 Digit Numeric App ID)

Optionally enter additional information:

  • Android App ID (e.g. com.example.appname)
  • App Icon (will auto-magically load if left blank)
  • App Screenshot (will auto-magically load if left blank)
  • App Preview (if you want this instead of a screenshot)
  • App and Creator Twitter handles
  • Image for sharing on Social Media
  • Your own Favicon
  • Marketing Header
  • Marketing Description
  • Social Links
  • Hide/Show App Icon
  • Hide/Show Smart App Banner
  • Full Screen Background Image (optional)
  • Site Title & Description
  • Google Analytics Site ID

Making a change to _config.yml (or any file in your repository) will force GitHub Pages to rebuild your site with jekyll. Your rebuilt site will be viewable a few seconds later at - if not, give it ten minutes as GitHub suggests and it'll appear soon

There are 2 different ways that you can make changes to your page's files:

  1. Edit files within your repository in the browser at (shown below).
  2. Clone down your repository and make updates locally, then push them to your GitHub repository.

Local Development (Optional)

  1. Install Jekyll and plug-ins in one fell swoop. gem install github-pages This mirrors the plug-ins used by GitHub Pages on your local machine including Jekyll, Sass, etc.
  2. Clone down your fork git clone
  3. Serve the site and watch for markup/sass changes jekyll serve
  4. View your website at
  5. Commit any changes and push everything to the gh-pages branch of your repository. GitHub Pages will then rebuild and serve your website.


Awesome App Landing Pages

Once you setup your Awesome App Landing Page, please open a pull request and add your site!


Open an Issue and let's chat!


Open an issue or a pull request to suggest changes or additions.


Josh Buchea


MIT License