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    spinninghill
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    Hi all. I have a strange request.

    I am looking for someone in Brisbane (preferably!!) who would be able to load my recently developed iPhone App to iTunes.

    I have the source code, I have an Apple Developers Account (Finally), and I hae already loaded images etc to my app’s profile (or whatever it is called).

    I don’t own an Apple computer and so have struggled to load the app myself :(

    I’m willing to pay someone helpful and like I said, Brisbane is best. That way I could drop by in person with the files etc, have my password etc all on hand.

    Hopefully there is someone out there who can assist. My Android experience has been A or A+. My Apple experience thus far has been C- at best :)

    Thanks all.

    Michael

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    Hi, you can’t directly load an App to iTunes. You have to go through an Aggregator even though you have a developer account.

    (I originally put this information in this post here http://www.flyingsolo.com.au/forums/talking-technology/19352-loading-iphone-app-2.html )

    This is the direct link to sell anything via iTunes http://www.apple.com/au/itunes/sellcontent/

    Log into your iTunes account to read some of the links.

    Basically, you will need an Aggregator to sell on iTunes.

    There are rules for iTunes. To sell anything on iTunes (i.e. music, books, Apps etc) you must also have an U.S. Tax ID if you do not use an Aggregator – so that is another reason to use an Australian based Aggregator to avoid that problem. You must also use a Mac for signing into iTunes and uploading.

    For music you must have at least 20 albums before you can add them yourself. Otherwise you must use an Aggregator. There is a list of Aggregators here (scroll down to Australia). NOTE: You must login to iTunes before you can see this link https://itunesconnect.apple.com/WebO…7.3.1.11.1.0.5 To distribute music on the iTunes Store, you can work with one of the Apple-approved aggregators listed (at the link).

    Aggregators are third parties that can help you meet technical requirements, deliver and manage your content, and assist with marketing efforts.

    If you choose to work through an Aggregator, Apple’s contractual and financial relationship is with that aggregator. You can work with any aggregator listed below, regardless of your location.

    Go to http://www.apple.com/au/itunes/sellcontent/ to read more.

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    spinninghill
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    Thanks Karen. Sorry, yes not through iTunes, but through whrever it is that you load them. I even got to the stage where I downloaded on my friends MAC the App Loader program. I am fairly certain I am 99% of the way there and I do plan on selling the App either. It’s a complimentary service for my website.

    Anyhow, thanks for the reply. I will check out your thread above right now.
    I’m still keen to find someone who can help me out.

    Thanks again

    Michael

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    If it’s as simple as just needing a Mac to run a program and finish the submission process, I’m more than happy to help. Running the latest OS X Lion release so if it’s a platform issue I should be able to help out.

    I have a very limited understanding of iOS development, but I’m pretty sure you need to export a binary file from Xcode and then click “Add Application” after logging in here:

    https://itunesconnect.apple.com/

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    spinninghill
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    Thanks for all of your help thus far Jackson – very much appreciated! Your “Limited” knowledge” claim is definitely a bit on the modest side I think.

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