Entries in 'app store' (31)
In its ongoing quest for complete transparency about in-app purchases, Apple has added the new Pay Once & Play category to the App Store.
Apple is rejecting games and updates that show images of guns or violence in their screenshots or app icons.
Consumers can now get a refund on any digital purchase made from Apple, no questions asked.
App Store developers combined to generate revenue exceeding $10bn in 2014, Apple has announced.
Free-to-play games are no longer listed as being ‘Free’ on the Apple App Store.
The market may be getting increasingly tough for Apple, but that isn’t stopping the continued growth of the App Store.
Apps that have no visibility at all – or “zombie apps” – make up 80 per cent of Apple's App Store library, new research from Adjust shows.
Apple’s App Store has reached the ripe old age of six, and as of right now contains some 1,252,777 apps.
Capcom's Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is out now on Apple's app store for iOS devices.
The processing cost of outputting high-end graphics on iOS devices is to be reduced.
Mobile platformer Leo’s Fortune has made it to the top of both the iPad and iPhone UK charts.
Square Enix’s bald killer made it to the top of the UK iPhone paid chart last week.
A new report says that total Google Play downloads are currently tracking ahead of the Apple App Store in terms of volume.
The Apple App Store now offers an 'Indie Game Showcase' page, highlighting noteworthy iOS titles developed by indie studios.
Flappy Bird will eventually see a return to mobile marketplaces, creator Dong Nguyen has confirmed.
Apple's App Store now displays in-app purchase warnings in its search results.
An average of 60 Flappy Bird clones are uploaded onto the iTunes App Store every day, according to a new report.
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True to his word, developer Doug Nguyen has removed smartphone hit Flappy Bird from app stores.
The developer of hit mobile sensation Flappy Bird has said he will be removing the game from all app stores following intense scrutiny of the title.
A new report says that games spending on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store overtook portable gaming last year.
Having been released on the Apple App Store yesterday, Sega has now pulled Rhythm Thief & The Paris Caper from sale.
Apple has revealed that over $10bn was spent on its App Store throughout 2013.
Activision has launched a free companion app for its popular Skylanders franchise.
SuperAwesome has announced that its network now reaches 13m unique children each month.