Apple sweeps hard with fraudsters. It ends in the App Store for overpriced microtransactions

  • Apple has decided to really better protect users
  • It takes applications with overpriced microtransactions
  • New developers receive a knife to the neck

In the App Store, cheating definitely doesn’t pay off photo:

The California Apple decided to make another raid. The rules in the apple shop are clear, but sometimes it probably doesn’t hurt to shed a lot of light on developers, and that’s obviously the last case. Every time they upload to App Store new application, it must go through a relatively strict approval wheel. It includes quality control (stability, error rate) and legitimacy (compliance with conditions).

Apple steps on fraudsters’ necks

Apple has recently focused on apps that users share from the skin. In other words, it works o Microtransactions, which offer “expensive products” with really low utility value. That this step is fully under the control of the user (it is his will) is irrelevant at this time. The verdict is something like this: Are you breaking the rules, trying to get too much out of people? You have a loss!

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The fact that the server made the readers available to its readers also proves that this is not fun 9to5Mac. In it, the American company emphasizes that the App Store should be the safest and most trusted place for all users. For this reason it is even the potential risk of enrichment or fraud is perceived as a major violation of the rules. And further? Apple will advise developers on how to proceed to avoid a possible ban. If the app is reworked, it is obligatory. And if not, he’s unlucky and it’s over!

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