In October of last year, the popular iOS (and Mac) app, Dash, was pulled from the digital storefront following reports of “review manipulation” by Apple.
Developing an application is hard work, but it’s simply just half the battle for a developer who wants to make a living building things for other people to use.
Earlier today, Apple officially announced its second quarter 2017 earnings report, confirming that millions more of its products had found their way to owners’ hands.
Apple has been busy with changes to the iTunes Affiliate Commissions for apps, and now the company is making some key changes in App Store pricing.
Some of the most popular games to find traction in the iOS App Store have been independent titles.
Apple reported record earnings for the first fiscal quarter of 2107, but the shining star in the company’s portfolio was the services category which grew an impressive 18 percent year over year and 13 percent higher than last quarter. This explosive growth was fueled primarily by strong App Store performance.
Australia Day takes place annually on January 26, so, to celebrate, Apple is using the App Store to promote the country’s colors.
Apple today announced App Store price changes due to fluctuating foreign exchange rates and taxation changes in India, Turkey, and the United Kingdom. The price increase will be applicable for apps and in-apps purchases, and it does not include subscriptions.
If you’ve had an iPhone since the early years of the App Store, you might notice the screenshots have changed over time. Apps used to have basic, plain screenshots that anyone could capture, but they’ve evolved for many developers into promotional masterpieces. Developers photoshop the screenshots into an iPhone or iPad, add text and gradients, and really take advantage of a user’s natural draw to solid graphics.
A lawsuit originally filed in 2012, which saw App Store customers aggravated that they could not buy iOS apps outside of Apple’s iOS App Store, has been revived.