How do I hire my first developer?

Install custom corporate apps on iOS

The first time you open a corporate app that you've manually installed, you'll see a notification that the developer of the app on your device is not trusted. You can close this message, but then the app won't open.

After closing the message, you can establish trust with the app developer. Tap Settings> General> Profiles or Profiles & Device Management. You will see a profile for the developer under the heading "Company App".

Under this heading, tap the name of the developer profile to establish trust with that developer.

You will be asked to confirm your choice. As soon as you trust this profile, you can manually install additional apps from the same developer and open them immediately. That developer will be trusted until you use the Delete App button to remove all of that developer's apps.

In establishing trust, you must be connected to the internet to verify the developer certificate. If you're behind a firewall, make sure it's configured to allow connections to https://ppq.apple.com. If you are not connected to the internet when you trust an app, the device will show "Not Verified" instead. To use the app, connect to the internet and tap Review App.

After verifying an app for the first time, your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch will need to periodically recheck the developer's certificate to maintain the trust relationship. If you're unable to re-verify, you may see a message stating that the verification is about to expire. To maintain trust, connect your device to the internet, then tap Review App or launch the app.