In order to publish your app on the Goole Play Store for Android users, you need to create a Google developer account. Your company's app will be published under this account. Once you have done this, you can have full management over your app!

We'll guide you step-by-step on how to create a Google Play Developer account. Let's get started!

First, you need to have a Gmail account. We highly recommend registering with a new Gmail account rather than using a personal account. If you need to create a new Gmail account, click this link! If you already have a Gmail account that you can use, move on to the next step!

1. Go to and sign in using your Gmail account.

2. Under Accept terms, select the "I Agree" box.

3. Enter your billing information to pay the registration fee.

  • The registration fee is $25. This is a one-time payment. You can create as many apps as you want under this account as long as it complies with Google's terms and policies.

  • According to Google's terms and policies, the above price can change at any time and can include taxes.

  • It may take Google up to 48 hours to process your payment. Once your payment is processed, your account will be ready to publish your app.

4. Fill out your Google Play Developer account profile. The developer name will be displayed on the Google Play Store for all apps published under this account.

Now your Google Play Developer account is all set up!

5. Invite "JCurve" as a Admin into your account.

A. Go to Users and Permission > Click "Invite new users"

B. enter "" in Email Field > "Don't check" Access Expiry

C. Click Account permission section > Click "Admin" as App Access > Click "Invite User"

D. After sending your invitation, JCurve Team will get an email. We will accept your invitation and start the process

It is crucial that you add JCurve to your Google developer account. Otherwise, we will not be able to submit and publish your app.


An Google Developer Account 's onetime(lifetime) charge is just $25. But you can publish more than one app for your business under that account as long as they comply under Google's terms & conditions.

*According to Google, the mentioned price may change at any time and can include taxes.

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