Stanford UIT provides access for faculty, staff, and approved vendors/contractors to Stanford's Google Play Console (GPC) account for mobile application development needs related to the university mission serving its faculty, staff, students, and visitors/affiliates. GPC is designed for Android software developers and provides access to developer resources necessary for creating, building, and distributing applications for Android hardware platforms.
- Code signing certificates (development and distribution)
- Test tracks
- Pre-launch test reporting
- Quality and performance metrics
- User review analysis
- Release dashboard
- Staged rollouts
- Google-certified device catalog
- Acquisition reports
- Translation requests
This service is only available for developers of applications officially owned/sponsored by Stanford University and component organizations that are intended for distribution to a broad Stanford-affiliated audience. Personal Google Developer Program accounts are available from Google for developers creating applications that are not officially supported by the university, such as: applications developed by students for courses, applications developed for research studies, or most applications with limited audiences. Please note that if your request is approved for access to Stanford's Google Play Console account, your app(s) will need to comply with Stanford's identity and branding guidelines, accessibility requirements, minimum privacy standards, data risk classifications, and overall alignment with the university Code of Conduct and university values.
Free of charge
To request access to Stanford's Google Play Console account, submit a Help request.
For more information, visit developer.android.com/distribute/console/.