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  1. Get your app off the ground by registering as a Legal Entity. Whether you choose to be a corporation, LLC, or another type of entity, such PTY LTD, GmbH, AG, or KG, you're on the right track. Even if you're a sole proprietor, you still need to register as a company.

    We know that registering as a Legal Entity can be overwhelming, but unfortunately, we can't help with this step. Laws and taxes vary depending on where your business is located. That's why we highly recommend consulting with a qualified legal advisor to ensure you meet all the registration requirements in your area. Keep in mind that Apple or Google, will not allow the use of fake or branch names, so be ready to commit to a Legal Entity Name.

  2. Get your own custom business email address with a domain name to sign up for Apple and Google Developer accounts. Don't use personal email addresses from free services like Gmail or Outlook. For example, or won't cut it. But will do the trick.

  3. It's essential to have a website that aligns with your domain name. For example, if your email is, your website should be!

    Already have a website? You may already have a custom email address included in your hosting plan. If not, no worries! You can easily purchase a custom address for your organization and use popular options like Gmail for Business or Zoho Secure Business Hosting. And if you want seamless integration with the Google Play Store, we highly recommend Gmail for Business and it is very important that email is connected to you and your devices for 2-step verification.

  4. Boost your organization's credibility with a reputable bank's business account. If you're currently using a personal bank account as a sole trader, it's time to level up. Open a business account for added benefits like easier tax returns and faster app releases. Apple and Google also recognize you as a company when you have a business bank account.

  5. The next step is to Secure a D-U-N-S number.

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