Start here for App Store login. The Apple App Store is an app store for applications designed for iPhone and iPad. The service allows users to search for and download applications developed for iOS. The applications can be installed directly on an iOS device or a computer with iTunes.
Applications in the App Store are generally focused on iOS devices such as iPhone, iPod and iPad, and use special specifications of the devices. Applications are available free or for a fee. Apple keeps 30 percent of the profits accounted for, the rest goes to the developer. Follow the guide below to learn how to sign in on your App Store account.
App Store login instructions
App Store requires an iCloud account to sign in and download apps. You can create an iCloud account by following this guide. Once you have an account, follow the steps below to learn how to sign in.
App Store login
- To get started, open the Settings app on your iPhone or your iPad.
- In the settings, go to “iTunes & App Store”.
- From there, tap the “Sign in” button.
- Finially, enter your Apple ID and your Password into the fields and tap the “Sign in” button.
- Congratulations, you should now have access to your account.
History of Apple App Store
On July 10, 2008, the App Store became available through an update of iTunes. On July 11, 2008, the iPhone 3G became available. This ran on iOS 2.0.1, an update to iOS which added support for the App Store. This update also became available for the iPhone and iPod touch via iTunes. Since February 10, 2012, the App Store contains over 1.1 million applications.
On October 20, 2010, the Mac App Store was announced, which became active on January 6, 2011. The operation is the same, only the applications are designed for OS X. The Mac App Store is available only for Mac OS X 10.6 or later.
At the Worldwide Developers Conference in 2012, CEO Tim Cook announced that the App Store has more than 400 million registered users with credit cards.
Since February 1st, 2013 application developers can use the domain appstore.com to link to their applications.