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Published: Thu, June 15, 2017
Sports | By Jeannette Edwards

Apple allows users to tip content creators

Apple allows users to tip content creators

According to marketing data firm Sensor Tower, the bogus app delivers more or less US$80,000 each month in revenue. Still, that less reputable app developers would use these tactics in the first place is both predictable and entirely preventable. The modifications to the App Store was first noticed by 9to5Mac.

That particular app was questionably called "Mobile protection:Clean & Security VPN" and was ranked number 10 in the top grossing productivity apps section of the store.

For Apple, the tipping is not encouragement for content creators, rather the same as the purchase of game, music and video, which should be classified as in-app purchase, and Apple can take 30 percent as commission.

To get to know these apps in question, he read all the description down to the bottom where the fine print was revealed. Ads display a small blue icon signifying an advertisement, but otherwise, they're almost indistinguishable from search results.

According to new rules, developers can not display the app review prompts whenever they wish too, instead now they have to follow 2 important points before doing so. If app makers don't comply, they'll be removed from the App Store.

Writing on the web portal, Johnny Lin in his article titled "How to Make $80,000 Per Month on the Apple App Store" highlights a number of apps which are free to download, which can hit you with high weekly subscription fees. The app review prompts may seem to be a smaller issue but these are annoying things faced by smartphone and tablet users after every few days.

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After Apple announced at the recent Worldwide Developers Congress 2017 that it was able to pay developers more than US$70 billion via App Store, experts have come forward to reveal a dissenting truth about the claim.

Apple has been notoriously opaque about its review process, which has been a source of frustration to many developers over the years.

To put an end to the app review prompts Apple have designed new rules regarding app review prompts and how frequently the developers are permitted to request them. Thousands of high-quality apps saturate the Apple iOS, and out of them, there are some which can charge you large amounts of money for nothing and you may have no clue about it.

iOS: If you've never checked on your app subscriptions, I don't blame you.

From there you can manage everything from payment to your subscriptions.

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