Amazon App Store bypasses royalties with new iOS app for comic books




Amazon has released a new version of the Comixology app for iOS. This is no longer possible to buy. Comic books within the app That should be through the website, which Amazon have to pay. No royalties to Apple

The changes are explained on the Comixology website. According to Amazon, the owner support for the existing iOS apps put stop. Users who have ever bought a comic book in the app can have them put on a Comixology account about. Then, the content can be loaded. Again in the new app Then users have to purchase content through the Comixology website which can be an iOS device sync; it is no longer possible to purchase. comic books via in-app purchases to

Amazon took recently on Comixology and therefore shortly after the acquisition, the selling method adapted for comic books. That is the company most likely to pay royalties to Apple to get around; for in-app purchases 30 percent must be paid to the iOS-maker. Previously, Amazon did something similar with book sales through Kindle. Instead of selling via the iOS app books there are free samples given, after which the entire book can be through a link to the website of Amazon purchased.

At the same time, Amazon has the Comixology app for Android also gave an update. Unlike the iOS app are now properly supported in-app purchases.


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