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You can now open iTunes Connect for iPhone and iPad with Touch ID

Apple has updated the iTunes Connect app, optimizing it for iOS 8. Developers can now log into the app using Touch ID.

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New iTunes Connect now live for developers

The new version of iTunes Connect, the online portal developers use to manage their App Store apps, first shown off at WWDC 2014, has now gone live. Developers can access it at

Welcome to the New iTunes Connect. We've updated parts of iTunes Connect, including:

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iTunes Connect 3.0 review

According to Apple, iTunes Connect 3.0 has been completely revamped. With that comes the ability to better, more easily manage your products. This includes having access to the music, movies, TV shows, and books you've made available on the iTunes Store. Prior to this update, users were only able to manage their apps and books. So, how well does it work?

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Apple releases iTunes Connect 3, adds iOS 7 design, music, movie, TV management

Apple has updated their app for iTunes Connect, giving it a new design in line with that of iOS 7, as well as a new icon. The bigger news is that Apple has also added music, movie, and TV show management to the existing app and iBooks categories, making iTunes Connect a one-stop-shop for developers and media producers on the go.

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iTunes Connect closing for maintenance on May 14

A quick heads up for developers that iTunes Connect will be shutting up shop for a short time on Wednesday, May 14. Scheduled maintenance will get underway at 8 a.m. PDT and will last for 4 hours during which time iTunes Connect and content delivery will be unavailable.

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Apple updates app ratings and content descriptions - here's what is new

Apple has sent out a note to developers about changes to app ratings and content descriptions. They note that these changes may affect the current rating of any applications in the App Store, then give a little insight about what has changed.

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Apple updates iTunes Connect with new content descriptions, territory restrictions, Brazilian game rankings

Apple has made some updates to iTunes Connect, the backend that lets developers manage their apps, that seem to address several long standing pain points. Among them, there's a new "unrestricted web access" description that might help apps with built-in browsers from presenting as adult/porn apps to the unfamiliar, and compliance with Brazil's games rating system, which has caused a lot of frustration for everyone over the years. Here's the full list of updates:

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Apple updates iTunes Connect, brings Sales and Trends into the modern age

iTunes Connect, the portal developers use to manage their App Store apps, has had it's Sales and Trends section updated today, making it not only modern, but much more useful. In addition to the better look, new features include sales within selected time periods, sales groups, filters, and estimated proceeds.

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iTunes Connect closing December 21 to December 27, no new apps or price changes that week

iTunes Connect, the portal iPhone, iPad, and Mac developers use to manage their apps on the App Store, will be shutting up shop for the holidays on December 21 and won't re-open until December 27. For developers, this means you'll be needing to submit any changes to apps or prices before or after those dates.

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iTunes Connect shutting down from December 21 to 28, no new apps, no price changes that week

iTunes Connect, the portal iPhone, iPad, and Mac developers use to manage their apps on the App Store, will be shutting down between December 21 and December 28, 2012. For regular folks, that means no new apps will become available that week, no app updates will show up that week, and no price changes (i.e. sales or end of sales) will occur during that week.

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