In-app enrollment in the Apple Developer Program is now available in 8 countries

Apple announced recently that developers in Canada, France, India, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, and Spain can now join the Apple Developer Program by using the Apple Developer app via their iPhone. 

Back in November 2019, Apple renamed its WWDC app as Apple Developer app and added a feature that allows developers in the United States to enroll in the Apple Developer Program using the app via iPhone or iPad. The company announced on Thursday that the feature is now expanded to more regions. Here is Apple’s full statement: 

“It’s now simpler than ever for developers around the world to enroll in the Apple Developer Program. As of today, the Apple Developer app also supports enrollment in Canada, France, India, Italy, Netherlands, Russia, and Spain.

Developers can start and finish their membership purchase with local payment methods on iPhone or iPad. And since membership is provided as an auto-renewable subscription, keeping it active is easy.”


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The free-to-download app works on all Apple devices including Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. 

Apple Developer app provides different types of content including news, features, developer stories, and informative videos and WWDC content, and articles. The users are also able to download the content they like to consume later. 

Written by Sophie Blake

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