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App Developer Accounts give you full control over your app and your users/customers. RTS requires access to this account to create your app and to manage feature additions and updates.<br>
 
App Developer Accounts give you full control over your app and your users/customers. RTS requires access to this account to create your app and to manage feature additions and updates.<br>
  
Some of our customers may have a pre-existing app from another app developer. In this case, they will need to transfer their old app over to us.  
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* '''IF YOU HAVE A PRE-EXISTING APP FROM ANOTHER APP DEVELOPER:'''  In this case, they will need to transfer their old app over to us.<br><Br>
 
Here are the transfer steps for both Apple and Google app accounts:
 
Here are the transfer steps for both Apple and Google app accounts:
  

Revision as of 19:38, 21 November 2019

What is an App Developer Account?

App Developer Accounts give you full control over your app and your users/customers. RTS requires access to this account to create your app and to manage feature additions and updates.

  • IF YOU HAVE A PRE-EXISTING APP FROM ANOTHER APP DEVELOPER: In this case, they will need to transfer their old app over to us.

Here are the transfer steps for both Apple and Google app accounts:

Apple:

1. Login to https://appstoreconnect.apple.com/

2. Add a new user in the App Store Connect.

3. The user should be appdeveloper@rts-solutions.com

4. Click invite

See the screenshot below for settings to enable:

AppleDev.png


Google:

1. Log in to: https://play.google.com/apps/publish

2. Add the RTS management user: appdeveloper@rts-solutions.com

3. Open the Google Play Console

  • Click the Settings menu entry, followed by API access
  • Click the CREATE SERVICE ACCOUNT button

4. Follow the Google Developers Console link in the dialog, which opens a new tab/window:

  • Click the CREATE SERVICE ACCOUNT button at the top of the Google Developers Console

5. Provide a Service account name - RtsUpload

  • Click Select a role and choose Service Accounts > Service Account User
  • Check the Furnish a new private key checkbox
  • Make sure JSON is selected as the Key type
  • Click SAVE to close the dialog

Make a note of the file name of the JSON file downloaded to your computer

6. Back on the Google Play Console, click DONE to close the dialog

  • Click on Grant Access for the newly added service account
  • Choose Release Manager from the Role dropdown.
(Note that choosing Release Manager grants access to the production track and all other tracks. )

7. Click ADD USER to close the dialog

8. Provide the JSON file that was downloaded to RTS.

See the screenshot below for settings to enable:

GoogleDev.png