It seems many developers are seeing the same set of incorrect accounts.It’s unclear if the issue originated internally or externally.Make sure you are logged into the same i Tunes account that you used to purchase the app Although i Tunes or your device may show an update is available, you need to be logged into the original i Tunes account that you used to purchase the app to be able to download any updates. If the app was downloaded to i Tunes on your computer, you can verify the i Tunes account by opening the i Tunes application, clicking .This is the Apple ID that was used to purchase the app.i Tunes Connect, Apple’s portal where developers manage software published on the App Store, is presenting many users with a widespread issue this morning.Several users are reporting logging in with their own credentials and being presented with both the name and apps of other i Tunes Connect users, including upcoming, unreleased versions of apps.While we are the developer of Proloquo2Go and Pictello, the apps are exclusively sold by Apple through the i Tunes App Store.Please know we are not involved in the technical aspects of i OS devices, i Tunes, Apple IDs, i Cloud, and downloading.
This makes it possible for business users to share apps across computers. Highlight all of the files by clicking on a blank area inside the folder holding your files and pressing "Command-A" simultaneously on a Mac or "Ctrl-A" simultaneously in Windows. Click the "Sign In" option located on the upper-right side of the i Tunes application.
However, information including are shown creating a major privacy issue.
Many users are reporting the incorrect accounts being displayed belonging to big companies including H&R Block, Viacom (as seen with the Nickelodeon photos below), Black Berry, Time, and larger business accounts.
Since the purchaser information is added at the time of download, you can actually correct this problem simply by re-downloading the affected content directly from i Tunes in the Cloud rather than syncing it on via i Tunes on your computer.
While this is relatively straightforward for media content, it’s not really practical to handle for apps on an individual basis, since deleting an app also removes all of the data for that app.