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After Europe accused Google and Apple of misleading consumers by offering 'free' games with in-app purchases, Google is making changes to its app policies - but Apple is still dragging its feet.
The Federal Trade Commission announced Apple has agreed to a settlement where the company will offer at least $32.5 million to iOS users for in-app purchases bought by kids without parental consent.