Setting-up Your Google Play Developer AccountUpdated on December 21, 2020, In Category: Publising App.
In order to publish apps to the Google Play market, you have to sign up as a Google Play developer. This article walks you through the steps of setting up a Google Play Developer Account.
Step 1: Creating a Google Play Developer account requires you to have a traditional Google account available. If you are not having a Google account, you need to Create one.
Step 2: Go to the Google Play Developer Console and sign up for an account. Fill in the details and such as Name, secondary email address and contact phone number
Step 3: Read and check the Google Play Developer distribution agreement and Google Play Console Terms of Service boxes to agree to the Google Play terms and conditions
Step 4: Click Create account and pay to pay the registration fee for your account
Step 5: Fill up the details of the card and click Buy
Step 6: Fill out your Google Play Developer Profile and click Complete registration button
Step 7: After configuring your account, create a Google Play app and find your Google Play License Key
Adding a user to your project on the Google Developers Console
- Sign in to your Google Developers Console
- Select a project
- On the left menu, click Permissions
- Near the top of your screen, click Add Member
- Type the email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) of the user to be added to your Play Console
- Choose a permission level (Admin Access)
- Click Add