To submit apps to the iTunes Store/App Store you need an iOS Developer Account. Below is a step-by-step guide on how to set up this account.
Please note that with Apple’s recent change to its App Review Guidelines, it is key that apps are submitted directly by the provider of the app’s content using their own Apple Developer Account. If the app and the developer account do not match, Apple will potentially reject the app.
Note: For this account, Apple charges an annual fee of $99. It is required by Apple to have a unique developer account for each app you submit (We recommend that the ‘team name’ will be identical as the app name).
The good news is, once you have setup your developer account, we can do the rest for you!
Once your developer account has been approved, we can submit your app to the marketplaces for you—one of the services included for those who have purchased a Swiftic app plan.
Before you begin:
Create an Apple ID if you do not already have one.
Click Create Apple ID.
Provide your personal information and click Create Apple ID.
Check your email account and verify your email address, by clicking Verify Now.
Your email is verified.
Enter your Apple ID and password and click Sign In.
Review the agreement, select the confirmation check box and click Submit.
Select your Entity Type (ex. Sports, individual, company/organization, government) and click Continue.
Fill out your contact information.
After reviewing the Apple Developer Program License Agreement, check the box to agree and click Continue.
Review all your information and click Continue.
Click Purchase to complete your purchase (an annual fee of $99).
Enter your payment information and click Continue.
That’s it! Once you have completed the payment process, all you have to do is wait for an email from Apple approving your payment.
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