Setting Up Developer Accounts
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You’ll create your own developer accounts for Apple, Google, Amazon, and Roku. Uscreen will access those accounts to build, publish, and update your apps.

This guide outlines the information you’ll need to set up developer accounts. We recommend gathering the information ahead of time.

The following information is needed:


  • Business Name: Name (as shown on your income tax return)

  • Address: Legal business address as it appears on official documents

  • Contact Name: Name of an authorized representative for your company

  • Contact Phone: Number to call with questions about your account

  • Contact Email: Email to contact with questions about your account

  • Website: Must be publicly available; name associated with your organization

  • Business/Product Name: Will appear on your customers' credit card statements

  • Legal Entity Type: Partnership; LLC; Corporation

  • Legal Binding Authority: Person enrolling must have authority to do so.


Inside US:

  • Tax Identification Number: Employer Identification Number (EIN)

  • Form W-9: You’ll complete W-9 so the platform can report income paid to you.

Outside US:

  • Tax Identification Number (TIN): Foreign Income (TIN) or US (EIN)

  • Form W-8: You’ll complete W-8 so the platform can report income paid to you.


  • Revenue from In-App Purchases is paid directly to you by the platform.

  • You'll enter Bank Name; Location; Account Holder; Account #; Routing #

Apple Developer: You must have a D-U-N-S Number to enroll.

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