The publishers have argued that Apple’s steep commission has forced some of them to raise subscription prices.
A host of companies, including Facebook, Spotify and Epic Games, are challenging the way Apple runs its App Store.
The removal of Epic Games "Fortnite" from Apple's App Store has triggered a lawsuit and countless discussions about Apple's App Store policies. Here's what you need to know, updated on ...
The game maker is painting them as comic book brutes and monopolists.
The iPhone maker seems the least vulnerable of the four tech giants under regulatory scrutiny, but there are hints that could change next year.
App makers like the game company Epic and the music service Spotify are challenging Apple’s right to a large cut of their sales. Regulators have taken notice.
Fornite cut Apple and now everybody wants a piece
The App Store’s treatment of Fortnite mirrors problems Microsoft, Valve, and Facebook have all had
Epic has released Fortnite Battle Royale on select Samsung devices. The rest of Android world should get it in a few days – but with a twist; both gamers and Google should be very worried.
Several critics of Apple's app store policies have formed a nonprofit group called "The Coalition for App Fairness" to challenge
The company, however, has promised to make installing of third-party app stores, which are not subject to the 30% fee, easier on Android.