App Store

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The App Store is a digital distribution platform developed by Apple, where users can find apps compatible with the iOS operating system. Through the App Store, users can browse, download, purchase, install, or update certain apps. The software can either be free or commercial.

Apple Opens Up Direct App Downloads Through Web Sites in the EU

For users, the process to install web-distributed apps involves setting permissions within their device settings, and they will be greeted with a detailed installation screen that provides comprehensive information about the app.

Apple Complies with Chinese Order to Remove WhatsApp and Threads from App Store

Apple stated that it is obligated to comply with the laws of the countries where it operates, indicating a complex balance between adhering to local regulations and navigating the broader implications for global tech operations.

Spotify Challenges Apple's App Store Policies in the EU with a Subscription Update

This decision comes as a direct response to the EU's critique of Apple's restrictive rules, which have limited third-party developers from informing users about alternative, more affordable streaming services outside the iOS ecosystem.

Apple to Allow Third-Party App Stores and Payment Options in the EU

Users will be able to download approved alternative app marketplaces and set them as the default option on their devices. Developers can also choose to use third-party payment systems without paying an additional fee to Apple.

Apple Announces Best Apps and Games of 2023 in App Store Awards

This year's recipients, selected by the App Store's Editorial team, represent developers from around the world who have provided users with exceptional experiences and contributed to cultural change through their creations.

Jack Dorsey's Decentralized Twitter Alternative Bluesky Debuts on the App Store

Bluesky features separate tabs for home, search, and notifications, as well as a repost feature – the interface is very similar to Twitter. It also allows you to post messages of up to 256 characters and attach photos.
Web

Here's How Apple Allows Developers to Bypass Its App Store Rules

Apple responded to a complaint from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and said that developers and users can bypass App Store requirements by using web applications.

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