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Apple now allows Game Emulators on the App Store

Apple has updated their App Store guidelines regarding game emulators. Today, Apple is loosening its restrictions on retro game emulators. This means that developers will now be able to submit apps that allow users to play games from older consoles.

This might be inline with the US government suing Apple due to Antitrust that accuses Apple of blocking certain apps to arrive on the App Store.

However, Apple is still requiring app developers to pay a commission on any in-app purchases that are made through outside links. This means that while Spotify and other music streaming services can now include links to their own subscription pages within their apps, Apple will still take a cut of any revenue that is generated through these links.

Overall, these changes represent a shift in Apple’s App Store policies. It remains to be seen how these changes will impact developers and users in the long run.

Jam Ancheta
Jam Ancheta
Jam Ancheta likes to create content about tech. But he also hates tech.


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