Thank you for your post.
As forum user "SWS" reported from TechTalk in link:
"Unfortunately, Apple's iOS application development policies do not support this model at this time."
In the mean time, please post this as a suggestion in our Feature Requests web form at:
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Just to expand on this..
My post originally was about creating your own runtime for FileMaker Go and distributing on the app store yourself.
You can however add your runtime files via itunes to FM Go and they will load ok.
If you have changed the file extension (which is normal with a runtime) you cannot use the other methods of loading to the device, such as drop box since FileMaker go will only be available for .fp7 extensions.
Via iTunes you can leave your custom extension (i.e .usr) and they do work.
Of course I would encourage you to fully test this, since I only did a quick test at this time.
Thank you so much for the quick response. The second answer about using my own runtimes on an iPhone/iPad was what I was asking about. So that is wonderful news. I will try them out now.
I figured the whole make my own app for the iTunes app store was not part of this version 1.0. This is a great start and I look forward to upgrades in the future. I like everyone else would like the ability to sync so hopefully that will come in time.