Jul 22, 2020

Apple digs in over its App Store fees

Apple has defended the fees it charges developers to sell their digital products via its App Store. It has emerged that ahead of the hearing, Microsoft's president briefed the panel that his firm had concerns about the way Apple operated the App Store. To compound matters, Apple also got involved in a public spat with the makers of email app Hey, who were refusing to give it a share of their subscription fees. The Analysis Group compared Apple's App Store to 37 other digital and e-commerce marketplaces. Apple is under fire - from developers big and small, from politicians and from regulators - over the way it runs its App Store.

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