I would like to use my current Google account to create a new “developer identity” on the Play Store to be able to publish apps under a new developer name.
The goal would be that users could only see the “other apps” of 1 identity, and not the others.
For example: apps for adults under the name “awesome adult apps”
apps for kids under the developer name “great apps for kids”
Google lets u create multiple accounts but if one gets banned so do the others. If you’re using risky networks that might get flagged then u need to sign up with a fake name using a prepaid visa under the same name. I’m not sure which cards work tho
Yeah. Have you done this yourself?
I would like to make sure this is possible before spending the money, even if it’s not so expensive.
And is it possible to create the new account with same bank account ?
Google doesn’t mind if you create multiple accounts, the dev agreement even states this but also says they might limit the number of accounts you can have. The only problem is that if you do something that violates the policy and one account gets banned, they’ll close any other accounts under your name. That should only be an issue if you’re using shady networks or infringing on IP rights though, which is why I said if he’s worried about getting banned he should just create the second account under a fake name. Its not illegal, just violating Google’s policies (which you were already doing if you’re worried about getting banned).
If that’s still too much trouble just create a second account under your real name, but stop publishing new apps under it if any get suspended so you can restart the warning process under a third account