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Yes, you can become a Reseller at any time. You don't need to have any active published apps.
Yes, you can add your existing apps to the bundle, we will cancel your individual subscription in the process.
Please note that we don't issue refunds for the existing subscriptions that are cancelled.
AlphaApp is hosted on Azure in the United States. You can also choose to feed your apps with your own feeds (from your own locations).
Yes, you have to assign your own (or your customers) developer license for each app you publish.
With the White Label Client CMS resellers can let their clients manage part of the app content through a white label CMS.
The White Label Client CMS offers the following functionality:
Your clients will not be able to:
White label means:
How it works
Why does my client have to register their own developer license?
Apple’s updated guidelines state that apps have to be submitted directly by the provider of the app’s content using their own iOS Developer Account. If the app and the developer account do not match, Apple will potentially reject the app. Therefore the owner of the app, in this case your client, should also be the owner of the iOS Developer license.
Now that my client has their own developer license, what type of emails can they expect from Apple?
What types of developer accounts can my client create?
For more information read the following article.
Is the email correspondence from Apple white label?
Yes, emails sent from Apple do not contain any references to AlphaTech.
No, clients will not be able to find any references to AlphaTech.
Can I prevent my client from receiving correspondence from Apple regarding app submissions?
No, the email address used to register the iOS Developer Account will also be used for app status updates within iTunes Connect, and certificate related notifications within the Apple Developer Portal.
Is there a workaround?
No, the owner of the iOS Developer account will always email notifications from Apple regarding the status of their apps and certificates.
What if my client receives a 4.2.6 rejection and notices the app is built with a platform/templated service?
Even custom built apps can get rejected based on the 4.2.6 guideline. If a developer builds an app from scratch and reuses blocks of code, Apple may already see this as a valid reason to reject the app.