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AvdLee/appstoreconnect-swift-sdk 3.2.0
The Swift SDK to work with the App Store Connect API from Apple.
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.package(url: "https://github.com/AvdLee/appstoreconnect-swift-sdk.git", from: "3.2.0")

App Store Connect Swift SDK

The Swift SDK to work with the App Store Connect API from Apple.

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Kickstart information on the API

Included in this SDK

  • ☑ Configuration with API Key
  • ☑ APIProvider with endpoints structure
  • ☑ Add models for all endpoints
  • ☑ JWT Logic to sign requests
  • ☑ Get started section in the readme
  • ☑ Support for Mac
  • ☑ Supports all requests due to OpenAPI generated requests and entities

Requesting API Access

To request access, go to the new API Keys section in Users and Access in App Store Connect. Please note that you must be the Team Agent (Legal role) of a development team enrolled as an organization. Access for developers enrolled as an individual is coming soon.

How to use the SDK?

Not all endpoints are available yet, we're working hard to implement them all (see Endpoints).

1. Import the framework:

import AppStoreConnect_Swift_SDK

2. Create your API Configuration

Go to https://appstoreconnect.apple.com/access/api and create your own key. This is also the page to find your private key ID and the issuer ID.

After downloading your private key, you can open the .p8 file containing the private key in a text editor which will show like the following content:


Copy the contents and remove the whitelines, -----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY----- and -----END PRIVATE KEY-----.

Use this private key together with the issuer ID and the private key ID to create your configuration file:

let configuration = APIConfiguration(issuerID: "<YOUR ISSUER ID>", privateKeyID: "<YOUR PRIVATE KEY ID>", privateKey: "<YOUR PRIVATE KEY>")

3. Create an APIProvider and perform a request

After creating an APIProvider instance with your APIConfiguration you can start performing your first request.

let request = APIEndpoint
    .get(parameters: .init(
        sort: [.bundleID],
        fieldsApps: [.appInfos, .name, .bundleID],
        limit: 5
let apps = try await self.provider.request(request).data
print("Did fetch \(apps.count) apps")

Handling paged responses

If the responses from the API request can be delivered in multiple pages, you can iterate over all of them using an AsyncSequence or individually request the next page following the current one.

let request = APIEndpoint
    .get(parameters: .init(
        sort: [.bundleID],
        fieldsApps: [.appInfos, .name, .bundleID],
        limit: 2

// Demonstration of AsyncSequence result of APIProvider.paged(_)
var allApps: [App] = []
for try await pagedResult in provider.paged(request) {
    allApps.append(contentsOf: pagedResult.data)
print("There are \(allApps.count) apps in total")

// Demonstration of APIProvider.request(_:isPagedResponse:) and APIProvider.request(_: pageAfter:)
let firstPageResult = try await provider.request(request)
let firstPageApps = firstPageResult.data
print("The first page of results has \(firstPageApps.count) apps")

if provider.request(request, isPagedResponse: firstPageResult) {
    if let nextPage = try await provider.request(request, pageAfter: firstPageResult) {
        let secondPageApps = nextPage.data
        print("The second page of results has \(secondPageApps.count) apps")

Handling errors

Whenever an error is returned from a request, you can get the details by catching the error as follows:

do {
    print(try await self.provider.request(requestWithError).data)
} catch APIProvider.Error.requestFailure(let statusCode, let errorResponse, _) {
    print("Request failed with statuscode: \(statusCode) and the following errors:")
    errorResponse?.errors?.forEach({ error in
        print("Error code: \(error.code)")
        print("Error title: \(error.title)")
        print("Error detail: \(error.detail)")
} catch {
    print("Something went wrong fetching the apps: \(error.localizedDescription)")

The error title and detail should help you solve the failure. For more info regarding errors, see: Parsing the Error Response Code as documented by Apple.


Swift Package Manager

The Swift Package Manager is a tool for automating the distribution of Swift code and is integrated into the swift compiler. It is in early development, but this SDK does support its use on supported platforms.

Once you have your Swift package set up, adding the SDK as a dependency is as easy as adding it to the dependencies value of your Package.swift.

dependencies: [
    .package(url: "https://github.com/AvdLee/appstoreconnect-swift-sdk.git", .upToNextMajor(from: "2.0.0"))


To help with the development of this repository you need to follow the next steps:

  • clone this repository
  • download the submodules dependencies
git submodule update --init --recursive
bundle install
  • if you get permission errors when running bundle install, it's possible that you have to install a newer version of Ruby along the default one shipped with macOS (instead of 3.2.2 used below, use the version number that is output at the end of the ruby-install ruby command):
brew install chruby ruby-install
ruby-install ruby
chruby 3.2.2
gem update --system
gem install bundler
  • you should be able to run the tests
bundle exec fastlane test

Update OpenAPI generated code

Install jq:

brew install jq

Run the following:

$ make update

This will attempt to download the App Store Connect OpenAPI specification from Apple, and re-run the CreateAPI generator to produce the updated source code.

Alternatively, you can run make download and make generate individually.


  • If you found a bug, open an issue.
  • If you have a feature request, open an issue.
  • If you want to contribute, submit a pull request.

Applications that use the SDK

  • Starly: reviews, reply to apps developed by Viktor Grushevskiy. The Starly app is a project that will allow developers to manage reviews on the App Store with ease. You can reply to them, translate them to the language you want, filter them, and create templates. iOS and macOS versions available.

  • 🌟 Superstar: App Store Review manager developed by Jordi Bruin. Superstar uses the App Store Connect API to help you respond to your App Store customer reviews in seconds. Use custom templates to quickly reply with professional responses. Translate reviews and your responses directly with free DeepL integration. Available for free for a limited time.

  • AppsMan: Manage app metada globally developed by Karmjit Singh. The AppsMan app is a project that will allow developers to manage apps localisable data on the App Store with ease. You can easily update the data for one language and copy over to other and save. You can see the previous versions details as well. Only macOS versions available.

  • Localiji: Localizations for App Store developed by Nicolas Kick. Localiji manages a local copy of your app localizations from App Store Connect and allows you to effortlessly sync the changes. Edit individual attributes, like your app’s description, release notes or screenshots. Export an entire language, import the translations again and upload them to App Store Connect with only a few clicks.

  • Five Stars: Reviews & Ratings developed by Mathias Emil Mortensen. Five Stars helps app developers read and reply to App Store reviews from their users. Translate reviews, reply with customizable templates and AI-powered quick replies, filter by region, and view global app ratings from any app. Five Stars is available for iPhone and iPad, with a Mac version coming in Spring 2024.


App Store Connect Swift SDK is available under the MIT license, and uses source code from open source projects. See the LICENSE file for more info.


This project is originally created by Antoine van der Lee but has a lot of great contributors. We're open for contributions of any kind to make this project even better.


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Release Notes

3.2.0 - Update to OpenAPI spec 3.4
6 weeks ago

What's Changed

New Contributors

Full Changelog: https://github.com/AvdLee/appstoreconnect-swift-sdk/compare/3.1.0...3.2.0

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