An easy to use command-line tool for interacting with the Apple AppStore Connect API.
AppStoreConnect CLI lets you interact with the AppStore Connect from the command line.
- Manage Users and access.
- Manage TestFlight Users, Beta Groups, and Builds.
- Manage Devices, Profiles and Bundle IDs.
- Manage Certificates
- TODO: Download reports.
brew tap ittybittyapps/appstoreconnect-cli
brew install --HEAD appstoreconnect-cli
mint install ittybittyapps/appstoreconnect-cli
TODO: Using a pre-built binary:
You can also install AppStoreConnect-CLI by downloading binaries from the latest GitHub release.
Using Swift Package Manager:
On the Command Line
git clone https://github.com/ittybittyapps/appstoreconnect-cli.git
swift run asc
As a Dependency
Add the following to your
Package.swift file's dependencies:
.package(url: "https://github.com/ittybittyapps/appstoreconnect-cli.git", .branch("master")),
Then you can run:
swift run asc
Road to 1.0
asc --help to see usage instructions.
$ swift run asc --help
OVERVIEW: A utility for interacting with the AppStore Connect API.
USAGE: asc <subcommand>
-h, --help Show help information.
bundle-ids Manage the bundle IDs that uniquely identify your apps.
certificates Create, download, and revoke signing certificates for app development and distribution.
devices Register devices for development and testing.
profiles Create, delete, and download provisioning profiles that enable app installations for development and distribution.
reports Download your sales and financial reports.
testflight Manage your beta testing program, including beta testers and groups, apps, and builds.
users Manage users on your App Store Connect team.
AppStoreConnect CLI requires the use of an AppStore Connect API Key. See the Apple documentation for more details on how to create these keys.
When using AppStoreConnect CLI commands you need to specify the API Key Issuer and API Key ID. This can be done via the
--api-key-id command line options or
APPSTORE_CONNECT_API_KEY_ID environment variables respectively.
The API private key is expected to be named
AuthKey_<api-key-id>.p8 and located in one of the following directories:
The API private key can also be stored in the environment variable
Contribute to AppStoreConnect CLI
Read the Contribution Guide for more information on how to contribute to AppStoreConnect CLI.
Code of Conduct
Help us keep our project diverse, open and inclusive. Please read and follow our Code of Conduct.
This project is licensed under the terms of the MIT license. See the LICENSE file.
This project is in no way affiliated with Apple Inc. This project is open source under the MIT license, which means you have full access to the source code and can modify it to fit your own needs. AppStoreConnect CLI runs on your own computer or server and does not communicate with any service other than the Apple AppStore Connect API. You are responsible for how you use AppStoreConnect CLI.
We use the following Swift Packages in
appstoreconnect-cli. We are very grateful to their authors.