Apple iOS Policy Update- Business Owner Developer Accounts
The tyranny of Apple’s revised policies for publishing apps to their store continues to bring developers blood to a boil. While Apple claims that the changes to publishing policies were for the greater good- developers have seen some rather nefarious consequences. Subsequently this has lead to more apps published on android and doing away with iOS apps completely. According to Vitalik Buteria, co-founder of the Ethereum’s Tweets – these changes should be receiving more criticism for its restrictive app store policies.
The US Supreme Court agreed on Monday, 16th June 2018, to consider an appeal in a long-delayed case that revolves around whether Apple’s App Store policies constitute a monopolistic practice that violates antitrust laws.
Google Chrome has recently introduced the world’s first open Top Level Domain (TLD). This means that you are now able to create a more optimised URL for your mobile app. Instead of the last part of your app URL ending in .com .co.za or.net; your mobile app domain name can now end in with .app!