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Starting next March, the new European Union Digital Markets Law will enter into force, which will force companies like Apple to allow developers to offer applications and stores separate from its own App Store.
Apple announced that it has changed its own laws to ensure that profits are collected even from applications that are not released on its store. According to these laws, a developer who owns an application released outside the App Store and has more than a million downloads annually must pay 0.5 euros for each download, meaning that we are talking about half One million euros, or $540,000, will be paid by the developer for every million downloads!
Daniel Ek, CEO of Spotify, criticized Apple’s new rules, saying that they are a clear blackmail operation aimed at preventing developers from providing their applications from other stores. Sarah Bond, head of the Xbox brand, supported Ek’s criticism, saying that Apple took a step in the wrong direction and hopes that the company listens to developers’ opinions. And take more comprehensive decisions.