Spotify, Epic Games challenge Apple app fees with nonprofit

Spotify, Match Group, and Epic Games (the company behind Fortnite) are among the companies joining forces to challenge Apple's app store fees by creating the "Coalition for App Fairness."

News 12 Staff

Sep 24, 2020, 7:07 PM

Updated 1,369 days ago

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Spotify, Match Group, and Epic Games (the company behind Fortnite) are among the companies joining forces to challenge Apple's app store fees by creating the "Coalition for App Fairness." Apple charges a commission for apps that use its in-app payment system with a list of rules that apps must comply with to appear in the store. The coalition is advocating for legal changes that would force the app marketplace to change.
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