When you add an Android public application, you can enter the Google Play Store URL. You can also add a URL that you know to be valid but that is not from the Google Play Store. This method is useful to deploy applications when AirWatch cannot validate URLs with the Google Play Store.
The AirWatch Catalog uses the entered URL as a link so end-users can access the application. The system can manage these applications depending on where your source the URL.
Valid Google Play Store URL – The AirWatch system can manage these applications but it cannot retrieve the application icons.
Valid URLs From Other Sources – The AirWatch system cannot manage these applications and it cannot return the application in its results because it cannot validate the URL with the store.
For information on where to enter the URL, see Add Public Applications from an App Store.