The panel is divided into several sections:
- Apps: You can submit new apps and manage existing ones here.
- Add new app button: This displays the form for submitting new apps. For more information, see How to publish an app on Uptodown.
- Claim ownership button: This allows you to claim as your own an app previously published on Uptodown. For more information, see How to claim authorship of an app published on Uptodown.
- Edit button: It allows you to access the data of an already published application, send an update, or check statistics.
- Comments button: This allows you to access the comment moderation panel to answer questions asked by Uptodown visitors related to the app. For more information, see How to respond to user comments about your app.
- Support: It is used to send queries or suggestions and check the request’s status. For more information, see How can I contact the Developer Support team?
- Warnings: This is a log with all the events related to the actions performed on the console.
- Merchant (for UDP apps only): This allows you to review revenue from in-app purchases built into applications and process billing for the income earned. For more information, see How to issue invoices for revenue from in-app purchases.
In addition, in the upper right part of the screen, you can display the different settings sections related to your account:
- Organization: This data will be used to identify the company or individual that holds the ownership or distribution rights of the applications to be published on Uptodown under that account. This includes the developer's identifying name, official website (if any), nationality, and email address associated with such authorship. For more information, see How to set up an organization in the Developers Console.
- Profile: Here, you specify the user name and email to access the Developers Console. From here, you can also change the access password.
Attention: Organization and Profile may include different data. The first one defines the application developer's data, while the second specifies the login credentials to the Developers Console.
After this step, we recommend consulting How to publish an app on Uptodown to submit your first app or How to claim authorship of an app published on Uptodown in case it was already available on the platform.