Not to be outdone by rival Apple which has successfully weaponized privacy, the search monster Google will be adding privacy “nutrition labels” to Google Play's app listing.
The Epic vs. Apple case has revealed that a touch-optimized version of Fortnite would return to Apple's platforms in October as a new release on the game streaming service GeForce Now.
Apple enjoys the App Store's rules and regulations, because it brings in a lot of money for the company. So when a huge company like Netflix balks at the idea of playing by those rules anymore, Apple might try a bit harder to keep them around.
Developers can now “reach users even before they search” with a new ad slot on the App Store.
The hits just keep on coming. This time around it shows just how long Epic Games has been trying to get Apple to change its rules for the App Store. And it turns out it dates back to 2015.
Epic Games vs. Apple is going full-steam ahead. As such, even more details are being revealed. Today, it's Epic Games' CEO, Tim Sweeney, testifying and being cross-examined.
Apple has started to roll out suggested words on the App Store to speed up your searches.
On Monday, May 3, 2021, the bench trial between Apple and Epic Games will kick off. Finally. And now we know the witness list for both companies ahead of the start date.
Earlier this week, we reported on Apple's filing of its own expert testimony in its legal battle with Epic Games. And now it's Epic's turn to weigh in.
If you'll recall, Apple started whittling away at parental control apps for iOS. At the time, many were being blocked from the App Store because of access to configuration profiles via the Device Management functionality. However, that did not go over well with some entities, including the Russian government.
We're nearing the start of the trial between Apple and Epic Games. As such, Apple has gone ahead and filed its expert witness testimony to the court.
Apple and Google, but mostly Apple, has seen a lot of pressure regarding its digital storefront's rules and regulations, and, ultimately, general business practices. Apple has made some moves to try and alleviate that pressure as of late, but the company still has to face an antitrust hearing to defend itself.