Some developers out there try to game the system, which means launching duplicate apps (among other things).
Apple Will Let Developers Attract Lapsed Subscribers With New Discounted iOS, macOS, and tvOS Subscriptions
Situations change. Like when Netflix hikes up its subscription cost. And sometimes when you sign up for a subscription it’s not something you can keep going a few months later.
It is becoming a trend to discover what apps, including the most popular ones, are doing with people’s information.
By default, apps on your iPhone or iPad will update automatically overnight when they’re connected to power and a Wi-Fi network. It’s a really useful feature if you’re the kind of person who always wants to use the latest version of the apps. But the way that some app updates move, this can be a double-edged sword.
Managing subscriptions in iOS hasn’t always been the easiest process, but it looks like Apple has finally changed that.
Apple has an issue on its hands, and it turns out it is much bigger than it was originally thought.
Recently it was reported that some of the most popular iOS apps out there use a secret screen recording feature for analytics.
Data is ridiculously important, and sometimes a company’s vision for access is quite different than another’s. And it can be especially different for an individual user.
Apple relies on the App Store for a huge chunk of its earnings, but some developers have found their own prosperity in the digital storefront as well.
Do you keep getting the annoying popup asking you to verify every time you try to download something from the App Store? It shows up even when you’re trying to download a free app! The popup usually says something like “Before you can make purchases, you must tap Continue to verify your payment info” or “Tap Continue and sign in to view billing information”.