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Apple limiting how many review pop-ups apps can show

12 June 2017, 10:15 | Ruben Fields

Apple could face a backlash from Chinese app makers after it issued a new policy defining tips as in-app purchases. If app makers don't comply, they'll be removed from the App Store.

The new app review guidelines stipulate that developers may no longer create their own pop-ups to ask for a rating.

This means developers can add tipping features without worrying about getting kicked out of the app store, as long as they are willing to give Apple 30%. According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple told Chinese social media apps to disable their tipping functions or be kicked out of the company's app store.

According to new rules, developers can not display the app review prompts whenever they wish too, instead now they have to follow 2 important points before doing so.

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Analysts say that by making tipping an "in-app purchase", Apple is aiming to make more money out of Chinese users. Once the user rates the app he will never see that again.

Not all developers out there want your birth certificate and bathing schedule, but enough have proven themselves less than scrupulous over the years, so anything Apple and Google do to help users limit data collection and location tracking is always welcome.

Apple has released a new revenue stream that could unleash a new community of digital content creators, which is already thriving in China. And if a user leaves a rating, that user won't receive another prompt for at least a year - and only if a new version of the app has been released.



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