You may be aware that Taply deals with the entire app submission process and to do so we request access to your Apple Developer Account.
However, it's only possible for Taply to do so, if you have a Company/Organization Apple Developer Account.
Unfortunately, if you have a individual account, It's impossible for the Taply team to be able to proceed.
Which is why we respectfully request that you to change your Apple Developer accounts into a Company/Organization one. This allows the process to operate smoothly.
Without further delay, In this article we’ll go over what you will need to do in order to transfer from an Individual Apple Developer account to a Company one.
Navigate to the Contact Us form on Apple Developer’s Program Page
Log in with your Apple ID and Password
Select your Region
Choose Account Updates and Renewals as your Subject
Enter a message that follows our template:
I would like to convert my account type from Individual to Organization.
My company currently does not hold an active Organization membership.
Please refer to the information provided below. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the phone number listed.
Thank you for your help!
Name: CEO's First and Last Name.
Organization Name: Your Company Name, including the entity type Inc., Corp., LLC, LC, Ltd. Co., etc. This name will show up in the App Store as your app's seller/developer name.
Account Type: Company / Organization.
D-U-N-S® Number: Your Company DUNS number.
Address: Your Company Address.
Phone Number: A phone number that Apple can reach you for additional questions or account verification."
Please Note: Apple will call to verify your enrollment.
They will then send you an email with a link to a form for you to fill out more information about your Company.
Organizations enrolling in the Apple Developer Program will need the following:
Legal Entity Status
Your business must be recognized as a legal entity (e.g., a corporation, limited partnership, limited liability company) to enter into the legal terms and obligations of Apple Developer Program.
The legal entity name will appear as the developers for apps you distribute on the App Store.
Ex. Seller: BabyBoots Company, Inc.
A D‑U‑N‑S Number
You must have a D‑U‑N‑S Number so that Apple can verify your organization’s identity and legal entity status.
If you don't know your company/organization's DUNS number you can look for it here.
If you cannot find your DUNS number you can learn about how to get it from here.
Legal Binding Authority
You must have the legal authority to bind your organization to legal agreements. You must be the organization’s owner/founder, executive team member, senior project lead, or have legal authority granted to you by a senior employee.
Your Company needs a public website and your domain name should be owned by the company.