Apple Developer Program
Registering as an individual, you will simply require an Apple ID along with your basic personal information, including your legal name and address.
As an organisation, you will require an Apple ID along with the following:
- D-U-N-S® Number - Your organisation must possess a D-U-N-S Number so that Apple may identify your organisation's identity and legal entity status. A D-U-N-S Number is a unique nine-digit number issued by Dun & Bradstreet, widely regarded worldwide as the standard business identifier. Your organisation may already have a D-U-N-S Number. Before submitting a request application, use the D&B D-U-N-S Number Lookup tool to ensure that this isn't already the case. Otherwise, you will need to register with Dun & Bradstreet directly. Note, it is advised that you follow the Apple Developer Program prompts to secure a more timely response, closer to five business days.
- Legal Entity Status - Your organisation must be a legal entity so that Apple may enter into contracts with Apple. This is also a requirement of eligibility for receiving a D-U-N-S Number.
- Legal Binding Authority - As the person entering your organisation in the Apple Developer Program, you must also possess the legal authority to bind your organisation to legal agreements.
Coupled with this, you will also need to provide payment details to complete your registration.
Google Play Developer Console
In order to register for the Google Play Developer Console, you will require an active Google Play account. You will need to provide basic personal and/or organisation details, if required. You will also need to provide payment details to complete your registration.