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Apple charges a monthly fee of up to 30 percent for those that do use its billing system — and it doesn’t want app makers to use the apps to promote alternate subscription options outside the apps.(And, of course, app makers like Spotify can’t distribute their apps onto i Phones outside of Apple’s store.) Those policies created lots of drama when Apple introduced them in 2011, but most publishers have ended up agreeing to use Apple’s in-app billing option and paying Apple its fee.
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