For any stand-alone apps, Grandstand requires each entity to supply their own Apple and Google Developer Accounts. Here are instructions to set those up and how to grant access to Grandstand staff members:
- Make sure you are able to do Two-Factor Authorization which is now required by Apple (different than Two-Step Verification). Learn more about setting up Two-Factor Authorization.
- Make sure you have these documents to enroll as an Organization: https://developer.apple.com/programs/enroll/
- The first place to start for collecting your D-U-N-S number is https://developer.apple.com/enroll/duns-lookup/#!/search. Once a match is found you will get an email with a link to Enroll in Apple’s developer account. If you don’t find a match Apple will provide you with a link to create a D-U-N-S number for your business or group. More details on that here:
- Using an existing Apple ID that you already have associated with one of your devices you will test on, follow the instructions to purchase an Apple Developer’s License for $99: https://developer.apple.com/account/ Please note that in order for Grandstand to submit the app on. your behalf you will need to register as an Organization and not as an Individual.
- Once purchased, sign in to developer.apple.com/account, and click People.
- Click Invite People.
- Enter the firstname.lastname@example.org as an Admin user and click invite.
- Login to itunesconnect.apple.com and go to Users
- Add a new user for First Name: Grandstand, Last Name: Apps, Email: email@example.com
- Select App Manager from Roles and hit Save
Google Play Setup:
- Go to the Google Play Developer Console at https://play.google.com/apps/publish/signup/ and sign up for an account.
- Read and agree to the Google Play Developer distribution agreement.
- Pay the registration fee for your account.
- Fill out your Google Play Developer Profile.
- Go to Developer Account -> Users & Permissions -> INVITE NEW USER and invite firstname.lastname@example.org. Role should be Release Manager