To publish an app on the Google Play Store,

 To publish an app on the Google Play Store, you'll need to sign up as a developer, which costs a one-time fee of $25. Here's a general overview of the steps involved: Prepare your app for release. This includes testing it thoroughly, adding any necessary graphics and metadata, and deciding on pricing and distribution options. Sign up as a developer. Go to the Google Play Developer Console and create a new account by paying the one-time fee of $25. Set up your account. Fill out the required information, including your name, company name (if applicable), and contact details. Upload your app. Follow the prompts to upload your APK (Android Package Kit) file and any additional graphics or text. Review and roll out. Review the information you've provided, then click "Publish" to make your app live on the Google Play Store.

Note that the process may vary depending on your specific needs and the requirements of the Google Play Store. 

It's also a good idea to familiarize yourself with the Google Play Developer Distribution Agreement and the Developer Program Policies before publishing your app.

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