Manage Your Square App Marketplace Applications
Square integrates with all kinds of third-party apps and software to help you run your business. Connect the integration partner to your Square account to save time, automate tasks, organise data—and a whole lot more.
Learn how to manage your Square App Marketplace applications.
To get started:
Click on Settings > App Integrations or visit the Square App Marketplace to search the app name or browse by categories.
Click Get Started.
Follow the prompts to connect and sync the app with your Square account.
If you don't see your app in the Square App Marketplace, feel free to contact the app directly and advise them to fill out an App Partner application form for consideration.
Once you’ve connected an app to your Square account, you can manage connection settings online. To uninstall an app from your account:
Go to your online Square Dashboard, and select Settings > App Integrations.
Select the app you would like to disconnect.
Select Disconnect App, and confirm you’d like to revoke the app's access to your Square account.
Note: If you have connected an app using your personal access token from the Developer Dashboard, you must use the RevokeToken API to uninstall it.
Our app partner's features, services, and subscriptions are managed by them directly. Visit their website or contact their support teams for further assistance.
Square sellers use the App Marketplace to discover and install apps that they rely on daily to run their businesses. As a Square App Partner, you can offer and monetise your apps directly to Square sellers in the App Marketplace. The partnership gives you the following advantages:
Access to our technical team using Slack
Insights into the performance of your app on the App Marketplace
Direct access to new product launches
If you're working with a web developer, they can complete the following steps to get your application published in the Square App Marketplace. The web developer should start this process while your application is still in development because elements of the process might identify required changes in their application code or user interface.
Learn more about Square Developer Documentation.