In the EU, you can query Apple on App Store modifications due to regulatory transparency mandates.

If you're in the European Union, you have the opportunity to inquire directly with Apple about the changes it has made to the App Store, thanks to regulatory requirements aimed at promoting transparency and fairness in digital marketplaces.

 In the EU, you can query Apple on App Store modifications due to regulatory transparency mandates.
iPhone News
04-02-2024 03:33

Apple is adapting its App Store policies to align with the European Union's Digital Markets Act, introducing an option for developers in the EU to distribute their apps via alternative platforms. Announced in January, this move opens the door for developers to potentially bypass the official App Store, though the decision to do so may not be straightforward for everyone.

To support developers in evaluating their best course of action, Apple is suggesting a 30-minute virtual consultation with its team. These sessions are intended to clarify the changes, address any inquiries, and collect feedback on the adjustments. Developers can apply for a session through the Apple developer website.

Additionally, Apple is inviting EU developers who are curious about leveraging iOS's new opportunities for alternative app distribution to participate in a practical workshop in Cork, Ireland. This workshop is designed to provide tangible insights into the management and operation of alternative app marketplaces, facilitating a deeper understanding for developers considering this route.

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