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Apple starts taking lower App Store fees for ’small business’ developers

Apple starts taking lower App Store fees for ’small business’ developers

Apple has started taking smaller cuts from some of its App Store ’Small Business Program’ participants, according to some media reports. The company introduced the program in November, in which developers who earn less than $1 million a year needed to pay only half of the general App Store commission. It started to include such developers in the program earlier this month.

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Patrick
Patrick 1 months

Apple inc. should already be considerate of the current situation inour country and the rest of the world I mean charging a small fortune for Every device and most apps in the apple app store have to be purchased! I had one iPhone a few years ago that I acquired through a manufacturer sale and though the phone was very good the experience with the app store, managing my account and the requirements one must meet to be able to purchase and download apps from the app store are in my opinion very unnecessary. You have to have a valid credit card or a debit card with money in that account otherwise no apps for you not even free apps that are few and far between. My experience was a negative one that I will not repeat.

Indo
Indo 1 months

Time to bend, for yourvmighty fruit machine .

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