Apple advertised apps in a local app store that developers see as problematic. The programs are so-called relaxation applications which ASMR connect with “digital mud”. That alone wouldn’t be wrong, but some programs cost more than $ 10 per week, the developer reports Beautiful News on Twitter. So you could call it a subscription trap.
The apps were published as part of an editorial from the App Store team that was posted in the Australian branch of the Software Store. He names a number of similar programs. Some of them âdon’t do anything,â Nouvelle says. It is not the first time that he has noticed such contributions. The editors also seem to have not really rated the apps themselves, as some of them have extremely poor ratings.
Apple always emphasizes that its app review team ensures that fraud and malware are kept out of the App Store. Yet in the past it was more common for problematic programs to pack it up in stores, as an analysis from an American newspaper showed. Some of these apps generate huge sales and even top the sales.
Apple markets the App Store as a particularly secure and trustworthy point of contact for purchasing software, reported the Washington post – In many cases, users are not even prepared for such scams and get lulled into a false sense of security. Apple said in a statement to the newspaper that the company wanted to “learn” more, “improve its practices” and “invest the necessary resources” to take action against such applications.
Again and again scams
In the spring, genuine fraudulent applications were discovered in the App Store which even announced that they were ârecommendedâ by Apple via pop-ups. The app review team didn’t notice this initially either. Developer Kosta Eleftheriou, who with Apple in the app non-approvals dispute // www.heise.de / meinung / Pro-Contra-Ist-App-Sideloading-eine-Hazard-6148161.html: posted a Pro & Contra.
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