Apple to increase UK and Europe app prices


Prices for content and applications in Apple’s App Store in the UK and Europe are to rise this week as Apple compensates for currency fluctuations and changes in taxation rates. The Cupertino company sent a message to Apple Developers on January 7th outlining that the prices would rise in all European Union countries along with Canada but will drop in Iceland. Continue reading “Apple to increase UK and Europe app prices”

Apple increases Russian app prices

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Apple has today informed its Russian development community that it is increasing Russian App Store prices due to current volatility of the Russian Ruble. After completely shutting its Online Store as it didn’t know what price to charge for its goods, it has been forced to raise the cost of applications and services available from the App Store. Continue reading “Apple increases Russian app prices”

Apple to increase iOS App Store prices in India, Australia and more countries


Apple had already altered international App Store pricing to bring them in line with current exchange rates. This time Apple has decided to increase the price of apps in the App Store in order to compensate for changes in foreign exchange rates, reports TechCrunch. Apple would make changes to retail rates for Australian dollar, Indian rupee, Indonesian rupiah, Turkish lira, and South African rand. Apple current charges Rs. 55 for $0.99 as exchange rate in the Indian App Store. Continue reading “Apple to increase iOS App Store prices in India, Australia and more countries”