An iOS publication requires account needs 4 seperate files:
One file that will sign the certificates and then 3 certificates. The file that will sign the certificates and one of the 3 certificates are used for all apps published under a developer account.
The two other certificates must be created from scratch for each new app you build,
There are two certificates you need for signing the app and are created once. KEEP THESE SAFE.
These two items must be stored in the main certificates folder for this developer account on your computer. Both of these will be used for every app you wish to create.
Our suggested hierarchy for storing certificates and app data, especially if you intend to have more than one app is as follows:
This certificates must be created from the keychain access tool on your Mac.
Navigate to :
Applications | Utilities | Keychain Access.
From the menu select:
Keychain access | Certificate Assistant | Request a Certificate From a Certificate Authority
Enter the email address of the developer account or any other email address as it doesn’t impact the certificate, enter the name of your developer account, and select "Saved to disk".
Save this in the folder you created before under the <<Account Name >> | Signing Certificates Folder
Follow these steps to create your certificate
This certificate will enable your app to have Push Notifications, in-app purchases and other services.
Follow the steps below to add Push Notifications:
You now have all 4 files needed to build and publish your app.
You can either build your app yourself and publish yourself, or you can submit these files to as, and request us to build it for you.