App Store Connect for iOS helps developers manage their apps that are available in the App Store. Developers can use App Store Connect to monitor their latest trends, receive notification from user reviews, as well as respond to customer reviews immediately from their iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

What’s New

Version 1.4.2

This release includes the following improvement:
- Content loads properly after a notification is tapped

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
7.5K Ratings

7.5K Ratings

robotspacer ,

Poor sign in experience

For some reason this app isn’t set up for shared web credentials. This allows apps to automatically suggest the correct password above the iOS keyboard. It’s convenient, but it’s also secure—it verifies the app is associated with the site and authorized to use that password. It’s so bizarre that a brand new Apple app wouldn’t use this feature introduced three years ago that I had to triple check I wasn’t falling for an elaborate phishing attempt. On top of this the sign in form works very poorly with password autofill—the password field disappears after you select the password, then you have to tap a button and fill it in again.

Once you’re past the sign in form, the app is well made and useful—a solid improvement over the previous iTunes Connect app. I do wish it offered access to a bit more—one thing in particular I’d love to see is my next payment date and amount.

ilike2partyALOT ,

time zone pretty pls!

This app has gotten a ton better and I appreciate the hard work. But, I compare my revenue numbers every day in PST because UCT doesn’t give me a good picture of my daily sales.
So, I still have to sign into the web version of iTunes connect every day and click several buttons.
I wish I could just open this app!
Can you please provide an option to change the time zones for your trends section and hopefully even persist that setting?

TrailBlazer89 ,

A monopoly where they act as lawmakers

Apple’s review process biased. It’s opinion based and full of flaws. If reviewer wakes up in a bad mood they will find a way to reject your app, after all they only have a book of rules for you to obey by. If a reviewer is new, then your app will get rejected bc they are not properly trained and rather err on the side of the developer. If your app is complicated, then it will get rejected bc each time it’s reviewed the person reviewing has no context of previous interaction. It’s a monopoly and they act as the law. What they don’t realize is that this destroys small companies along with the lives of everyone that works there. We work 100+ hrs a week to make our app great for the users only to see a rejection notification for whatever reason they come up with. To give you an example our app was once rejected because we had “hidden features”. When we finally got a reply after weeks, we were told that they didn’t know where of what was hidden bc it was hidden. Well, neither did we. Shame on you Apple! Jobs is crying in heaven about how this company is being managed. Enough is enough.


Apple Inc.
15.7 MB

Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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