Firstly, you need to create an Apple ID
and enroll in the Apple Developer Program
. This will give you access to Apple's resources for publishing apps for all of their platforms: macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. That said, if your team has, say, an iOS app, then you're already enrolled and you may skip this section.
Please note, that Apple charges an annual fee for enrollment, so allocate your budget. Membership in the Program costs $99/year, unless you're enrolling into an Apple Developer Enterprise Program, which will cost you $299/year. You most likely want the former, as the latter simply allows you to develop apps for your company's internal use
Also keep it in mind that any data collected by Google Analytics or any other tracking mechanism, must comply with AMO latest policy
. You need to create a consent page (aka control mechanism for data collection), which is shown at install time. The consent page should contain a choice accompanied by the data collection summary
. The choice to send data shouldn't be enabled by default.
Here is an example of how to create a page within the add-on blog.mozilla.org
For more information, refer to developer.mozilla.org Tip: before enrolling, get an iPhone or a Mac if you have neither! Enrolling in the Apple Developer Program requires you to own an Apple device with two-factor authentication enabled.
When enrolling as a company, you will have to provide some basic info about your company for Apple, as listed on their enrollment page