Monday, February 22, 2021 19:10 PM (GMT + 7)
Recently, Apple has updated some information in the evaluation guidelines section on the App Store to limit fraudulent applications, “exorbitant” charges when users register.
In the past, some developers on the App Store have tried to create fake reviews to entice users to install and sign up for apps with sky-high prices. Recent reports show that this method is fooling users millions of dollars each year.
The way these phishing apps work is pretty straightforward. Developers will attract users with impressive ads and features never before, when users sign up for the app, they charge exorbitant fees.
To limit the above situation, Apple has updated some information in the Review Guidelines section on the App Store. The company said it will not distribute and disable purchases for potentially fraudulent apps.
With millions of apps on the App Store, many are wondering if the most expensive price for an app they have …