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China app developers accuse Apple of monopolistic behavior

Saturday 12 August 2017 | 08:03 CET | News
A group of 28 Chinese app developers has filed a complaint against Apple, accusing the US-based giant of antitrust violations over the App Store. The Chinese app developers claim Apple is engaging in monopolistic practices by removing apps from the App Store without detailed explanation and charging excessive fees for in-app purchases, The Wall Street Journal reports. The app developers also allege that Apple does not give details on why apps are removed.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Apple
Countries: China
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