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  • Do you know that Apple changes subscriptions options ?

    In 3 weeks Apple’s new key for in application purchases are go into effect and section 11.13 of the infinitely long document of legal jargon has been creating a lot of rumor. It stated that publishers, and in this case they create the list of magazines, newspapers, books, audio, video, had to present their content through app purchases in the App Store. In other words, if you want to provide your customers a subscription to have magazine, Apple would be going to take a 30% deduct from the total but now this is no longer going to be happen in the case. Section 11.13 has been updated and now says publishers are free to sell out their content from the outside of the App Store, but should follow one condition i.e. they can’t have a link that moves from their application to a website where they can make a transaction. Taking one thing in the considerance that The Financial Times created an iOS optimized website just so they can make it away 100% of their revenues, you can stake other publishers which had similar reservations about putting their content into Apple’s App Store atmosphere.

    Apple Subscription

    Do you the reason that why Apple do this? Before some days in this week iOS 5 was taking a demo and one of the famous exciting features, most probably we find it interesting at the time of reading which comes in one of our favorite activities, is the addition of Newsstand. Similar to iBooks being a prefered location to get books, Newsstand will be move to place to grant to periodicals on our iPad and iPhone. Publishers that still develop physical products are having a tough time to stay in a float as is, so they mostly wanted to keep away from the App Store. This new decision is not having any issue; in fact, this issue we already mention in our yesterday article:

    Main issue is that developers pay out their whole week days in writing an application so that it once done then will go to published to the App Store and then starts achieving revenue. Accomplish time said developer can remove the bugs, and can easily add two or more new feature but they’re not developing the whole new application in every month, such as some magazines, or even every week, such as The Economist does. The 30% revenue share for apps and in application purchasing, we comprehend, but magazines and newspapers require their own amazing offer, say 10%.

    0% is even better than the 10% we suggested.

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