An app is how a deverloper interacts with id.net. An Application may be called a app, client, website, or just a game. This page lists important information about managing id.net apps.
id.net Approval Times
Once your game or app is testable, it must be submitted for review. It’s important to have all live apps accepted to ensure they can always access id.net APIs. A pending app may get rejected and blocked eventually.
If you need a place to temporarily host your game during the id.net review, use upload.id.net. Just remember to switch the link to a permanent host after it gets accepeted.
To request a review, visit the application page, and click the Request Review button. Then allow up to 48 hours for our team to test it.
Y8 Approval Times
Typically, partnered games take 4 or 5 days. Public submissions will take longer. Flash games are quicker as they are simpler to process.
If you would like to earn money from your application using id.net advertisements, the app must be accepted and ads reviewed. Requirements for using ads are listed on the in-game ads page.
Getting an app reviewed for advertisements is similar to getting accpeted status. Visit the application page again, and click the Request Advertisement Review button. Then allow up to 48 hours for our team to test it.
The games catalog is handled by Y8. Visit the Y8 Upload page for details about getting your game listed on Y8 and apps.id.net. You should try to get your app accepted at id.net first or during the same time.
To give multiple accounts access to one or more applications, please contact id.net support. Setting up an organization will ensure someone always has access even as employees change over time.