Apple late yesterday rolled out its overhauled iTunes Connect web portal with a new visual design and improved features to help developers manage the sales and marketing of their apps, books and other media. Apple first introduced the new iTunes Connect at WWDC 2014 and is rolling out the interface ahead of the expected fall launch of iOS 8.

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The web-based tool has an iOS 7-inspired flat design that is similar to iCloud.com and brings the site in line with the iTunes Connect iOS app [Direct Link], which was updated earlier this year.

Besides visual changes, the latest version of the web portal also includes an improved My Apps management section and a "Resources and Help" tab for troubleshooting media distribution and payment issues. The "Users and Roles" section also was updated to make it easier to manage both iTunes Connect and Sandbox users. Developers and other media producers can check out the changes at the iTunes Connect website.

Top Rated Comments

Cougarcat Avatar
128 months ago
These icons look nice. Much better tha some of the iOS7 icons. I hope this means Apple will be heading in this design direction.

The iAd one is pretty bad, especially with the text in it.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
szw-mapple fan Avatar
128 months ago
These icons look nice. Much better tha some of the iOS7 icons. I hope this means Apple will be heading in this design direction.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
drewc1138 Avatar
128 months ago
I'm unimpressed so far. The in-app purchase section (what I was most looking forward to seeing updated) is the exact same as it was before (i.e., sucky), and I've been logged out multiple times, which was a frequent problem in the previous version.

Maybe they haven't rolled out updates for every section, or maybe it's overloaded with users checking out the new look. Regardless, I'm a little bummed.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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