This is more of a general question rather than a coding question. I am making an iOS and Android app that needs users to log in to their Zoom accounts and enable Meeting or Webinar creations. In this app, I need to integrate, using “Oauth”, a user into their Zoom accounts so that other users can book appointments with them via Zoom too.
However as I created a Zoom App for private integration within my app, I am reading and seeing the warnings/documentations saying that ONLY I can use the API integration until the app is made public on Zoom Marketplace (which requires Zoom’s approval).
How can I submit an app to the AppStore or PlayStore if the app testers (from Apple or Google) see that Zoom integration doesn’t work for their own accounts? Will they not check for this? I feel like this is sort of a catch-22 problem. I can’t get my app approved on AppStores/PlayStores if Zoom integration doesn’t work and I can’t get my approved by Zoom Marketplace if the iOS or Android app doesn’t work?
Any help or guidance would be highly appreciated/