The App Store has had records broken before, and it will probably continue to do so in the years ahead, just as it did recently.
At the beginning of September, Apple confirmed that it planned on sifting through its App Store and purging outdated, non-functional apps.
Perplexing puzzle game Perchang is now available for free after being selected as Apple’s Free App of the Week, saving you $1.99 for a limited time. The game features 60 beautiful levels that will test your brain and your coordination.
Apple has pulled a crime reporting app from the App Store less than a week after it was launched. Vigilante alerted users to nearby crimes as soon as they were reported to police, but it’s thought Apple removed it due to safety concerns.
Apple’s iOS App Store is no stranger to limited-time sales, and now the digital storefront is hosting one for some of the most popular, and best, indie games available.
Dash was a popular app available for iOS devices (and the Mac), but earlier this month Apple unceremoniously pulled the app from the digital storefront.
After banning developer Dash from the App Store last week, Apple has responded by providing “evidence of App Store review manipulation.” It’s proof that an account linked to Dash obtained fraudulent positive reviews, but Dash has fought back and is adamant it is innocent.
Yesterday, the API documentation browser known as Dash, which has been available to developers and others for quite some time, was pulled from the App Store.