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Microsoft offers a way to sign up for Office 365 subscription within the new Office for iPad apps, and Apple will indeed get its 30 percent cut of those revenues if they are made within the apps.
Researchers from Georgia Tech have revealed they got a malware program accepted and published in Apple's iOS App Store, claiming that Apple only scans some apps for a few seconds before approval.
A Russian-based malware app, Find and Call, was available to download from the iOS App Store for a few weeks. After being alerted by a security firm, Apple has now removed the app from the store.
A problem with the iOS and Mac App Stores from Apple is causing a number of apps from both stores to crash after they have been newly updated. Apple has yet to comment on the issue.
Apple has announced at WWDC that it has now reached the 30 billion download mark from the iOS App Store. The download store now has 650,000 apps available for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad users.
It's not a shock but Apple has revealed that Angry Birds is the number one best selling app of all time in the iOS App Store, while the Facebook app is the most downloaded free app.
Electronic Arts has temporarily removed The Simpsons: Tapped Out from the iOS App Store due to connectivity issues, just a few days after permanently removing another iOS game from the App Store.
As promised a few days ago, Apple has now reached and exceeded the 25 billion download mark for its highly successful iOS App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices.
Apple is counting down to the moment when the 25 billionth download occurs on its iOS App Store. The company is also giving out a $10,000 App Store card to one person when that milestone hits.