Create In App Purchases for iOS
The first step for creating in app purchases is setting them up on the app stores. Please make sure to review the other steps including adding the purchase form to your app, and testing in app purchases.
First, you must have an app ID setup with in app purchases enabled in your Apple developer account.
If In-App Purchase is not enabled, click "Edit" and enable it, then save.
Before you can add IAPs to an app in App Store Connect, you must do two things:
- Make sure you have accepted the latest Apple Development Program License Agreement on developer.apple.com.
- Make sure you have accepted the latest Paid Applications agreement in the Agreements, Tax, and Billing section in App Store Connect.
Create the purchase on the App Store
Next, login to App Store Connect. Create your app store listing if you have not already. (My Apps => click the plus sign)
Once you have your basic listing saved, click "Features" => In App Purchases. Click the plus sign to add a new purchase.
If you are not able to add an in app purchase, you have not done the steps above correctly.
Click the plus sign and choose the type of purchase. AppPresser supports non-consumable one time purchases, and auto-renewing subscriptions. At this time we only support one price level for subscriptions.
Create the in app purchase. Use a simple product ID like "membersubscription", and fill out the rest of the details. Copy/paste your product ID somewhere, you will need it later.
Make sure to add at least one localization. In the review notes, you will need to tell the reviewer how to test this purchase, and what it is supposed to do. You can come back and edit any of this information later.
Mark the purchase as ready for sale.
Save your purchase.
Generate your App Specific Shared Secret
Next click "In-App Purchases" in the left hand menu to go back to the main screen. Click "App specific shared secret," and generate a new secret. Copy/paste your secret somewhere, you will need it later.