Apple has been building search engine technology into its products under the codename Pegasus. It's reportedly coming to the App Store soon and could be used as leverage against Google.
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Indian digital payments company PhonePe has announced a new Android app store to compete against Google Play. Indus Appstore will offer a localized experience in 12 different Indian languages.
Elon Musk urges Apple CEO Tim Cook to adjust App Store's 30% commission on in-app purchases. Twitter changed its revenue-sharing model for subscriptions, prompting Musk's call for reform.
Apple is facing a $1 billion class action lawsuit from over 1,500 app developers in the UK over its App Store fees. The lawsuit alleges that Apple's 15-30% commission constitutes abusive pricing.
The FreeStyle LibreLink diabetes app has been pulled from the App Store in the UK after a bad update. If your install is broken, there's a way to restore the app from the App Store purchases section.
Apple's 2022 App Store Transparency Report has shown that the Chinese Communist Party submitted the bulk of app takedown demands during 2022. Most of the targeted apps were commercial games.
Apple has published a report that claims it prevented over $2 billion in fraudulent App Store transactions and rejected nearly 1.7 million submissions for not meeting the App Store standards.
A new study by Analysis Group shows that small developers on the App Store managed to increase their revenues by 71 per cent between 2020 and 2022. This was a larger increase than big developers saw.
After years of anticipation, iPad users are finally getting the much-requested Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro apps. The software is coming to the App Store on May 23, 2023, and will cost $4.99/mo.
New data released by Apple reveals that more than 100 million users in Europe visit the iPhone App Store every month. The data is released in compliance with the EU's Digital Service Act.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed an earlier court ruling that Apple did not violate anti-trust laws by banning third-party app stores on its iOS devices, but Epic did win one count.
Following the recent SwiftKey update for Android, Microsoft has released a new version of its keyboard for iOS users. The latest version lets you customize the toolbar and remove the Bing button.
In 2021, Apple acquired a classical music streaming service and planned to release a dedicated app for the genre. Now, it has come out with Apple Music Classical with over 5 million classical tracks.
Apple has reportedly blocked an update to Blix' BlueMail app due to an integration with ChatGPT. Apple wants a higher age rating or content filtering if BlueMail wants to add this functionality.
Apple has launched the peer group benchmarks for its App Analytics service for developers. It hopes that this tool will help developers further refine their apps to reach more customers.
iPhone and iPad users can download a new update for the Microsoft Translator app. Version 23.2.1 brings a redesigned user interface, improved backend, and expanded language support.
The recent news that Microsoft will be adding OpenAI technology to Bing and Edge have caused both apps to surge up the App Store charts, with a tenfold increase in downloads for Bing itself.
After announcing late last year that support would be dropped, Microsoft has pulled the plug on the Authenticator App for Apple Watch, with the latest update removing it from the device.
In what seemed to be unthinkable a few years ago, Apple is readying an App Store that is much more open for iOS devices. This is to comply with an EU rule. iPhone users will be able to sideload apps.
Microsoft's official documentation has revealed that the company is about to pull the plug on its Authenticator app on the Apple Watch. The program will leave the platform in January 2023.
Twitter plans to charge $11 per month for its subscription on the iPhone in order to account for the 30% cut that Apple takes from in-app purchases. On the web, however, the same will cost $7.
While speaking at a summit, Mark Zuckerberg reinstated that Meta is still not happy with Apple's App Store policies, adding that Apple primarily decides what apps get on a device due to their control.
Elon Musk is blaming Apple for threatening to block Twitter from its App Store without citing any reasons. He also alleged that the iPhone-maker had stopped advertising on the social media platform.
Spotify is once again feuding with Apple over its policies regarding audiobooks. Apple reportedly approved Spotify's audiobook feature initially but later rejected three subsequent updates.
In an email to developers today, Apple have confirmed that more advertising will appear in the App Store starting from this coming Tuesday. These will be in the Today tab and on app pages.
A third-party Instagram client has been removed from the App Store after raking in thousands of downloads in a few days. It offered an ad-free, customizable experience that Meta did not appreciate.
A Microsoft spokesperson has confirmed that the SwiftKey keyboard for iOS is going away. The company will stop supporting the project and remove SwiftKey from the App Store on October 5, 2022.
Apple has removed the apps owned by Russia's biggest social network, VK, from the App Store citing recent sanctions by the UK. The Russian firm's developer accounts have been revoked too.
Currently, the Microsoft Lists - MSA Preview for iOS is available online only for testing via TestFlight and is limited to 200,000 Microsoft accounts (MSA), on a first-come, first-served basis.
Apple will raise prices on the App Store in several countries, including the Eurozone, from October 5. The company didn't provide any reasoning behind its decision, but it'll hit customers' pockets.
Hanx101 Trivia is a new game that's set to roll out to Apple Arcade subscribers on September 2. It has been developed by BlueLine Studios and features questions across several categories.
Telegram's CEO Pavel Durov claims that Apple held back the latest update for his app primarily because it did not want Telemoji, a modified and animated version of the static emojis.
Telegram CEO Pavel Durov has accused Apple of delaying an important update for the messaging app. Duro claims there has been no update for two weeks, which could be negatively impacting morale.
After facing lawsuits about user data for iCloud, copying diverse emoji, and iPhone water resistance claims, Apple has now been sued by French app developers over its app store fees.
Pinterest's incubator TwoTwenty has quietly released “Shuffles”. Available via an invite-only system, the app can be used to create collages using photos, image cutouts, and offers animated effects.
Apple has confirmed that Apps released exclusively in the South Korean App Store can use third-party payment systems, but developers and end-users will lose access to some critical features.
Google has updated the 'Switch to Android' iOS app. The latest version of the app, now available on the Apple App Store, can transfer user data from iPhone to any smartphone running Android 12 and up.
Apple has outlined the measures that it's taking to protect its customers from fraudulent payments and apps that contravene its policies in general such as those that contain spam or copy other apps.
A U.S. bill could force apps to strip out digital yuan payment methods if they want to feature in the App Store and Play Store in the United States. Senators are concerned about potential tracking.
The Russian social media firm, VK, has launched a new app store for Android devices called RuStore. At launch, it will feature a paltry 100 apps, including some government-run apps.