Update about Apple developer accounts

You may have heard that Apple has changed their policy about apps built with services like Subsplash. As of April 1, 2018, Apple now requires that all apps are placed on Apple developer accounts owned by the content creator. Due to this change, all Subsplash app clients are required to sign up for an Apple developer account. Don’t worry, this is an easy process, and we’re here to walk you through it.

Subsplash apps

Stay connected with your church community anytime, anywhere with a custom mobile app. Powerful features like audio and video streaming, push notifications, in-app giving, and messaging will help you increase engagement to make more and better disciples.

Subsplash Apps | The Ultimate Engagement Platform™

Stay connected with your community at all times, no matter where they’re at with Subsplash apps.

The Church App

The Church App Platform gives your community a way to connect with your church no matter where they are. From sermon delivery, to web presentation tools, to donation platforms built to increase generosity — you will be able to reach and engage your people like never before. To learn more and add your church visit www.thechurchapp.org/thechurchapp