Have you just finished your application/game development and are now waiting for the instructions about how to deploy the app on the Google Play Store? It seems like a critical task for the first time, but don’t worry. In this article, we are going to discuss the 4 easy steps that can create your Google Developer Account for you.
The 4 Easy Steps
- Starting from scratch, the first thing you need is to create a Google Account (which will work fine if you already have one).
- Following the creation of a Google Account, the second step is to create a Google Developer Account in the Google Play Console.
- Add and configure the Google Wallet and Pay the 25$ lifetime registration fee.
- Set up-up and configure your Developer Profile.
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Let’s have a quick overview of the above steps for creating the Google Developer Account.
Creation of a Google Account:
The very first step to the creation of a Google Developer Account is to set up a Google Account. The Google Account is free of charge for users worldwide. If you already have your Google Account, skipping the following step will work fine for you.
Creation of Google Developer Account:
After the Google Account, all the developers need to do is to visit the Google Play console and create a free developer account.
In the Google Developer Console, confirm the agreements regarding your mobile app distribution. The following step will be responsible for setting up the connection between the Google Account and the Developer Account. Google provides the options here to choose the publishing email address. You can choose either your email address or the organization’s email address.
After the completion of the following form, the developers can easily find the option “Create Account and Pay.”
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Registration Fee Payment:
As we have discussed the Google and Google Developer account setup steps. So, the next step comes with the payment of the registration fee. As an account holder fee, Google charges developers a one-time fee of $25 (USD).
The developers need to configure Google Wallet for the payment. After the configuration of Google Wallet, the page will require personal information and payment methods.
Click on Accept and Continue to complete the payment fee.
The Final Step: Setting up a Developer Profile
After completing the steps mentioned above, all that remained was the final touch. After the payment, visit the Google Developer Console to set up the profile. Here you can add the name which you want to make appear in front of your applications on the Google Play Store. Enter all the basic information like email address, phone number, developer contact email, etc., and the Google Developer Account creation is finished.
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Google only charges a one-time payment fee of 25 USD from the developers for the Google Developer Account. The developers can upload multiple Apps from the same developer account and can even update their Apps at zero Additional Costs.
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