How to Open a Google Developer Account to Publish your nandbox-built App on the Play Store

How to Open a Google Developer Account to Publish your nandbox-built App on the Play Store

Day after day, technology proves no failure. More than 50% of people worldwide head more to mobiles when compared with desktops. In 2018, around 75% of the smart handy users went for the Android operating system – as stated by Statcounter. Such persuasive data is enough to let you position your business app on the Google Play Store. In other words, your business can now reach more than half of the world population by 2020 through your app published there – only a few steps to make it happen!

A chart showing a statistical comparison between different operating systems. Android and iOS are leading the stats. However, Android occupies 75% of the tech market.

 

What is the Google Developer Account? And how to set it?

It is a Google platform dedicated to developers. Even if you are not one – the Google Developer Account is essential to publish and manage your apps on the Play Store, through the Google Play Console. And when it comes to coding or programming knowledge, let the nandbox team take it over. We will be there for you. You only have to set up an account there.

Navigate to the Google Play Console and sign in using your Gmail account.

 

To open up a Google Developer Account, navigate to your starting point – the Google Play Console. Sign in there with your business’ Gmail account. Follow the steps and consider paying a one-time registration fee of $25. Hence, you are now ready to start creating your app for the Google Play Store.

An ultimate guide to support you along with this journey is coming on its way. Follow our blog and stay tuned!

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