Following a productive conversation with the Dutch Consumer Markets Authority (ACM), today Apple’s plan To comply with regulatory agency orders regarding app dating on the Dutch App Store:
Developers of Dutch dating apps can use the StoreKit External Purchase qualification, the StoreKit External Purchase Link qualification, or both qualifications.
At the request of ACM, we have adjusted the user interface requirements for developers who chose to use either or both of the qualifications announced this March.
Adjusted payment processing provider standards for developers who want to use one of these qualifications.
The 3% commission discount also applies to in-app purchases that are subject to lower commission rates (for example, App Store Small Business Program registrants or one-year post-paid subscription service-both already 15). It is subject to a% fee).
To be on the safe side, dating app developers who want to continue using Apple’s in-app purchase system (which we believe is the safest and most secure way for users to purchase digital goods and services) do so. You can do it and no further action is required.
We do not believe that some of these changes will be in the best interests of your privacy or data security. As Apple is engaged in constructive engagement with regulatory agencies, we are making additional changes at the request of ACM. As I said before, we disagree with ACM’s original order and are suing it.
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