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Apple is going to allow subscriptions to all apps and games in the App Store
Apple to Allow all apps and games users to close subscriptions within the app. The first year the developer gets 70 percent of revenue, but if a user stays longer than one year subscription, which goes to 85 percent.
Until now could only certain types of apps offering subscriptions, but as of this fall may all apps do, writes The Verge based on an interview with Apple CEO Phil Schiller. If apps already offer subscriptions and customers are already a subscriber years, they have been 85 percent of the revenues from subscriptions starting next week.
In addition to subscriptions to the App Store get ads, so developers their apps and games to better draw attention if they are willing to pay. Apple said that so far not matter, which remained the App Store ad-free. The ads also appear this fall in the App Store. The ads appear on search results.
Schiller did not say anything about other features that would have liked to developers wanted, including free trials and paid ugprades. Both of which are not currently available in the App Store. Presumably Apple is more about the plans tell the App Store at its developer conference WWDC, which takes place next week.Viewing:-117
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