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How do I set up my Apple developer account?

Apple requires app publishers (hey—that’s you!) to enroll in the Apple Developer Program. Subsplash will manage your app, but your app needs to live on your developer account.

If you run into any issues or problems, you will find instructions on common troubleshooting solutions and other ways to get help within each section.

COMPLETE THE STEPS BELOW TO SIGN UP FOR A DEVELOPER ACCOUNT. 

  1. Get your Apple ID & D-U-N-S number
  2. Enroll in the Apple Developer Program
  3. Invite Subsplash to your developer account
  4. Request an app transfer* 

Heads up! If your app is only available within the My Church App, you don’t need to sign up for an Apple developer account. 

Step 1: Get your Apple ID & D-U-N-S number: 

All organizations must have both an Apple ID and a D-U-N-S number before enrolling in the Apple Developer Program.

 

Step 2: Enroll in the Apple Developer Program: 

Once you have your Apple ID & D-U-N-S number, you may enroll in the Apple Developer Program and create your developer account.

 

Step 3: Invite CCA to your developer account: 

Invite CCA to your developer account so our team can manage your app.

 

Step 4: Request an app transfer*:

* You only need to complete this step if you have a live app on the app stores with CCA. If your app is live, we can transfer ownership of your app over to your developer account.

 

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