Apple rejects apps that offer overpriced in-app purchases

, which can be largely attributed to the 30% cut the Cupertino company takes from in-app purchases developers can offer users.

As is to be expected, wants to keep the success going and thus, each time a developer wants to add a new app to the App Store, that app goes through a rigorous approval process, in order to determine its quality and legitimacy. And aside from the obvious reasons to reject an app, such as it being unstable and buggy, or containing shocking or offensive content, Apple doesn’t seem welcoming towards apps that offer overpriced, low-value in-app purchase products either.

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