How to submit iOS apps to Apple as a company, instead of an individual developer?


I have a developer account already that I pay $99/year for. How can I (and should I) submit apps as my LLC instead?

Does that offer any benefits apart from users seeing a company that made the app?

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asked Jun 6 '14 at 00:26
George Lopez
9 points

2 Answers


From Apple's enrollment page:

Companies/Organizations enrolling in the iOS Developer Program will need:
  • The legal authority to bind your company/organization to Apple Developer Program legal agreements.
  • A registered legal entity name. This name will appear as the "Seller" in the App Store. We do not accept DBAs, Fictitious Businesses, Trade names, or branches.
  • Address for the company‚Äôs principal place of business or corporate headquarters.
  • A D-U-N-S Number assigned to a legal entity. Learn more.
  • A valid credit card for purchase.
answered Jun 6 '14 at 14:23
Chrissie Gray
1,107 points


It's quite simple.

All you need is a registered company, I created an LLC. And get a DUNS number.

answered Jun 6 '14 at 14:30
Bruce Schwartz
767 points

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