iOS GeoBooster White Label

White Label GeoBooster for iPhone

Written by Sebastian Donnelly
Updated over a week ago

Note: only Enterprise accounts (and custom plans) are eligible to white label GeoBooster.

You will need to have or create an Enterprise Apple Developer account to white label GeoBooster. This is an Apple requirement.

Please, note that if you’re enrolled as an individual and add users in App Store Connect, they will not be eligible of building apps. Otherwise, you will have to let us access your account every time we make an update or upload the initial app.


There is a $99 enrollment fee. It renews every year. Some organizations can enroll for free (charities, schools, government organizations– things like that). You can click here to see if your organization is eligible.

Make an Apple Developer account

This can be done at You can enter your existing Apple ID or make a new one. It’s a good idea to make a new Apple ID that is associated with the name of your business. It’ll help you keep your work-related account separate from your personal account.

Next: The Developer Agreement

You will need to read (or scroll through) Apple’s Developer Agreement.

Third: Pick Your Entity Type

You’ve got three choices: Government Organization, Organization, and Individual. You will need to select the Organization option to allow us to release your app.

What your organization needs to begin:

  • An Apple ID set up as an Apple Developer account (as previously stated)

  • You will need a D-U-N-S number, which you can register for here. More information:

  • Your organization needs to be a legal entity in order to get contractually involved with Apple (in other words, in order to release your app). You cannot use a DBA, a fictitious business name, a trade name, or a branch. You will need to be legally authorized to enroll your organization into the Apple Developer Program, as well as the authority to commit to legal agreements. If you are not a senior project lead, an executive, or an owner/founder, you will need to be granted permission to enter into contracts on the organization’s behalf.

If your company is a sole proprietorship, enroll here:

Contact Details

Once you have declared your entity type, which must be an organization in this case, you will need to confirm your organization’s contact information.

Confirm Your Purchase

You will enter your payment details and confirm the transaction to complete your purchase

Final Step: Email Confirmation

Apple will email you an order confirmation that contains an email verification link. There will be on-screen instructions. Congratulate yourself after you finish: you’re now an Apple Developer. Well done.

Things To Be Aware Of:

  • Use your organization’s Apple ID when logging in to

  • Apple can take up to two days to confirm your account.

  • Make sure you log in at least once and agree to the various Terms of Service prompts. You won’t be able to publish an iOS app if you don’t do this.

  • Disable two-factor authentication (2FA).

  • Apple support can be reached at 1-800-633-2152 if you encounter any roadblocks.

Once your Apple Developer account is in good standing, we need the following:

1. Application name (30 character max)

2. Short app description (30 character max)

3. Long app description (4000 character max)

4. Your publisher name (will show up on a copyright screen in the app and in the App Store)

5. App owner website address (your agency's URL in almost all cases)

6. App logo picture with 4k resolution on a transparent background (if your logo has text, we need both the logo and the text as separate 4k files on a transparent background)

7. Terms of Service link

8. Privacy Policy link

9. Support URL (not en email - just some link where people can reach out to your customer support)

10. Should there be an agreement you are prompted to accept as an owner - do that, since only the owner can access that

For your convenience, we have gathered the required info for both Google Play Store and Apple App Store into this Google Form. Fill it out and we'll do the rest.

You will also need to add our developer as an admin to your Apple Development Account. Ask our support for the email that must be added as an administrator to your Apple Developer account.

The steps to do that are as follows:

1. Click “Program resources” while logged in to your Apple Developer account. You will see this option at the top of the page. Under “Additional resources,” click “Users and Access.”

2. Click the add button (+).

3. In the dialog that appears, enter the user’s first name, last name, and email address.

4. Under Roles, select the user’s role as Admin.

5. Click invite.

After these steps have been completed, you will receive an email from Apple once your app has been published.

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