Connect to the App Store

A getting started guide to the App Store


The guide below details how you can integrate your ApplicationApplication - Your digital application that is represented on and consumes services from the Tapico Platform. specifically for a Tapico Partner App Store.

Connect to the App Store

1. Create your Application on the Tapico Platform.

If you have not done so already you will need to register, create an Organisation, setup your Application on the Tapico Platform and obtain your client_id and client_secret. This is the first step for all integrations with Tapico.

Details for each respective step can be found in the following pages:


App Store Specific Application Configuration

In the subsequent steps of this guide you might have to return to your Application's setup in the Tapico Developer Portal to add / edit particular configuration points. This will be called out in relevant steps.


2. Setup Single Sign On (SSO) between the App Store and your Application

Account ServicersAccount Servicers - The entity that holds the account(s) that contains your end-user's account information, e.g. a bank like Natwest or a financial institution like Aviva. Tapico facilitates the connection between your application and the account servicer. that partner with Tapico to provide a white labelled App Store want to maintain a seamless user experience. Where the End-User starts their journey in the Account Servicer's proposition, seamlessly navigate into their branded instance of an App Store, discover 3rd party apps such as your Application, select to register / login to a 3rd party app where the End-User SSO's into the App.

For more details on how to implement this please see Single Sign in with Tapico


3. Obtain Consent to Access End-User Data

Off the back of the SSO step the user journey must present the End-User with a consent request to share data with your Application from the Account Servicer's propositional.

In order to maintain a sleek user experience the Consent Journey - App Store is used to capture consent.


4. Retrieve End-User Data

Now that you have consent. You can retrieve data from the Account Servicer.

See our guide on how to Access Data.

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