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1. Go to , login or register

2. Clock "Build new app"

3. Follow system prompts

4. Go to "Server settings" -> "Core settings" -> "Settings"

5. Copy App ID and Client Key

6. Open Xcode Project -> config.swift file , and paste it 

7. When first starting set INSTALL_DEMO = true

8. Run and test it


Before starting the project, install the demo table of categories

Open RadioViewController and uncomment line 70 setDemoCat()

Run project

Comment out this line

In the backend you will see a list of categories, nothing else is needed for the application to work

You can add a category right there


To open hidden functions in the application, you need to be an administrator!

1. Register in the application

2. Open RadioViewController and uncomment line 45 setAsAdmin()

3. Run app

4. You are now an administrator, you can comment out the line back


Go to and add new app

Following the prompts of the system, get App ID and copy it

Open Xcode  -> info.plist file and paste:

Next, get Ad unit and copy it:

Open Xcode -> config.swift file and paste it:


There is a very convenient and free service for managing the Pars server, this is

Go to signin or signup

Add new panel

Enter a name and click "Self hosted"

Now you need to fill in these fields

Where to find them? You ask

Go to your back4app account -> application -> server settings -> core settings and find:


Copy, fill in the adminca and click "Create"

If the data is not updated, there is a magic sync button in the panel

Now you can use the convenient control panel. Management is intuitive and clear.


We will answer all your questions in our support team.

Unfortunately, we do not answer technical questions in the comments on the product, messengers and  mail.


For everything that you do with the application code, you are responsible yourself. You make any changes to the original code at your own risk. We relieve ourselves of any responsibility for the action with the code on your part and the reaction of the approving company (in this case, Apple)