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Google Play Apps

Google Play is Copying Apple’s App Store, and Why That’s a Good Thing

June 26th, 2015

Since their inception, Apple’s App Store and the Google Play store have taken diametrically opposed positions when it comes to policing the content allowed into their respective online marketplaces. Whereas Apple, in natural fashion, reviews every single app submitted, Google has historically taken a more lax position, creating an open digital playground of sorts and …

App Store Rejection Android

Apple rejects app update due to microscopic mention of ‘Android’

May 21st, 2015

We all know that Apple can be exceedingly nit-picky when it comes its overseeing its App Store, but the latest incidence of developer babysitting is a bit much even for them. In the latest example of Apple’s App Store rejection policy gone awry, the company recently rejected an update to Breaking, an app which lets users …

Mac App Store

Profits from Apple’s Mac App Store are shockingly low

May 8th, 2015

There’s a good reason why the term App Store economy is often used to describe the iTunes App Store. In 2014 alone, Apple doled out $10 billion to iOS developers. Since the App Store went live in 2008, developers have netted more than $25 billion in earnings. In turn, many developers have been able to turn mobile app development …

Apple iTunes App Store Down

iTunes and the App Store are down worldwide… again [updated]

March 25th, 2015

You can’t buy any new apps on the App Store right now because it’s experiencing a worldwide crash for the second time in less than a month. As AppleInsider writes, this latest crash is “affecting users around the world and preventing them from searching for and downloading apps or other content.” The last massive iTunes …

iOS App Store Search

iOS App Store search forever changed with this awesome new tool

February 18th, 2015

Let’s face it: The App Store’s app discovery functionality is terrible, mostly because it rewards apps that are already popular and doesn’t give you a lot of options for finding unheralded apps that might be better than what’s in the top downloads chart. One awesome new website is looking for change all that, however.