iTunes Connect is where you manage your iTunes Store content, see your sales reports, manage your iTunes Connect users, and more. Have questions? Let us know.
To offer your content on iTunes, complete the application.
You will have access to all applicable iTunes Connect sections and features after the contract for at least one territory has the In Effect status. To check the status of your contracts, see the Contracts in Effect section in Agreements, Tax, and Banking.
Yes, you must have an Apple ID and a current credit card on file with the iTunes Store. If you don’t have an Apple ID, you will need to create one using iTunes.
Make sure that you have entered the correct Apple ID. To edit the name associated with your Apple ID, go to appleid.apple.com.
If you currently have an iTunes Connect account to offer apps or books, you must create a new iTunes Connect account with a different Apple ID.
If you currently have an iTunes Connect account to offer TV content or movies, or if you have an Apple ID that you used to apply to offer TV content or movies on iTunes and the application is pending approval, you can use that Apple ID to complete the music application.
Someone with the legal authority to sign documents on behalf of your company should apply to offer content on iTunes. Only that individual can accept the standard iTunes contract on iTunes Connect.
If you’re registered as a company, enter the legal entity name. If you’re signing up as an individual, enter your first and last name. The legal name you enter should match the name associated with your U.S. Tax ID and Tax ID type that you provide with your application.
You will be notified via email. Make sure your account is set up to receive email from firstname.lastname@example.org and check any spam filters on your email account.
After your application has been accepted, you can request contracts for all countries/regions in which the iTunes Store offers music. When a contract for a specific country or region has been finalized and all other requirements have been met, music that has been delivered with territory rights cleared in that country/region may be made available there.
Aggregators are experts in delivering content to iTunes. For a fee, they can correctly format and deliver your content to Apple’s specifications. View Apple-approved aggregators.
If you meet all application requirements, you can sign up to offer your content by working directly with Apple. If you don’t meet the requirements or if you have other operational or financial needs, it may be best to work with an aggregator.