So I check Sensor Tower for an estimate of the app's revenue, which showed.$80,000 per month? Still, that less reputable app developers would use these tactics in the first place is both predictable and entirely preventable.
Apple's App Store has a problem.
That particular app was questionably called "Mobile protection:Clean & Security VPN" and was ranked number 10 in the top grossing productivity apps section of the store. Apps may add in-app purchase currencies for tipping purposes, but Apple will get 30% as commission. By taking tipping out of the company's gray area, app developers may include a digital tip jar as a way to get content creators paid without having to offer ad revenue sharing. Now the newly updated rules rolled out by Apple will definitely make a change and ease the user's task.
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Gruber argued that Apple needs to reassess "the effects of allowing developers to buy their way to the top spot in search results". Johnny Lin made a decision to find out.
Apple removed the app, and several others Lin highlighted, after his post went viral, but the App Store is still rife with shady apps that use subscriptions and misleading descriptions to trick people into spending lots of money on junk apps. It seems like scammers are bidding on many other keywords.
The app then, full of typing errors and vague language, offers up a "free trial" which users confirm via the iPhone's Touch ID fingerprint scanner.
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The notion that something like this appears in the App Store - which Apple is supposed to keep close tabs on - is noting short of infuriating and inexcusable.
Tim Cook announced at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) last week that the company has paid out a total of $70 billion to app developers since the App Store opened almost a decade ago, and $21 billion over just the past year.
Apple has been notoriously opaque about its review process, which has been a source of frustration to many developers over the years.
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Lin took a look at some high earning iOS apps and discovered a few suspect apps, many of them with exorbitant subscriptions to which users were seemingly subscribing. Thousands of high-quality apps saturate the Apple iOS, and out of them, there are some which can charge you large amounts of money for nothing and you may have no clue about it. Subscriptions are astonishingly easy to opt into via TouchID and exceedingly hard to cancel (PSA: instructions here).