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”.
While Apple isn’t too positive about the first fiscal quarter of 2019, it sounds like the App Store continues to be a huge bright spot for the company.
In-app purchases are very, very common in mobile apps. And while some of them might not be great, that doesn’t mean they’re all bad.
If you were planning on adding funds to your Apple ID, now may be a good time to do it if you want a nice bonus attached.
Tumblr has had a bit of a rough run recently, following a discovery that the platform was serving up child pornography.
With the arrival of iOS 12, Apple introduced Screen Time, a way for iOS users and parents to keep tabs on app usage and time spent on devices.
The App Store is not an open market and Apple dictates pretty strict rules. But that doesn’t mean some developers haven’t figured out ways to game the system.
Apple sees the App Store as one of its major tentpole business ventures. That certainly makes sense, considering the digital storefront generates a ton of revenue for the company on a yearly basis.
Services have become a huge element to Apple’s business plan, and it looks like it’s definitely paying off.
While Apple has plenty of rules within its proprietary App Store for iOS and macOS, some folks out there still find workarounds and try to game the system. Which usually means scamming customers.