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Made concessions: Apple canceled 30% commission in the App Store, but not for everyone

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Apple has been repeatedly denounced for too high commission for conducting monetary transactions in applications from App Store thirty%. AND unexpectedly the company went to concessions.

What does it mean

Facebook recently urged Apple to remove the paid events to support users during pandemic time COVID-19… For example, for holding online training or concerts. Then the company refused, and now changed my mind.

So, Apple before end of the year decided not charge a commission of 30% from payment online eventsthat the business organizes through Facebook tools. A similar exception was made by for other developers for example Airbnb and ClassPass training service.

AND here for game developers the commission remains. Apple believes that their business not suffered a lot from coronavirus.

Apple agreed to give a short three-month respite, after which troubled businesses will have to pay Apple the full 30% again., stated in Facebook.

Recall that recently it was even created Coalition for fairness of applications (Coalition for App Fairness), which aims to protect developers’ rights to creating applications and doing business directly with their clients. IN the coalition already includes Epic Games, Spotify, Match Group (owner of Tinder), Basecamp, Tile, Deezer and dr.

Source: Bloomberg

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