Apple’s App Store Users Can Now Purchase Directly from App Developers

Last Updated on September 10, 2021 by BrodNeil

Apple stated that it had reached a provisional settlement in a case brought against it by US developers. The agreement, which is still awaiting court approval, includes a few adjustments. The most significant is that developers will be permitted to communicate payment information outside of their iOS app or the App Store.

Key takeaways: 

  • Customers will now be able to learn about payment choices that aren’t subject to Apple commissions.
  • Apple clarifies that developers can share information about payment methods outside of their iOS app using communications, such as emails.
  • Apple will not charge developers a commission on purchases made outside of their app or the App Stores.

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