Developers report Apple is already charging lower commission on App Store sales – 9to5Mac

December 25, 2020 Off By admin


We reported yesterday that eligible builders have been notified by Apple in regards to the App Store Small Business Program going dwell imminently. According to some builders, Apple is already charging a lower commission on App Store sales.

The App Store Small Business Program was introduced final month as a promise to scale back the App Store commission charge from 30% to 15%. This proportion is charged to builders for every sale made via the App Store or in-app buy.

Developers who earn as much as $1 million a 12 months from the App Store are eligible for this new program, whereas main builders will maintain paying Apple a 30% commission. As builders informed 9to5Mac, they’re already seeing the adjustments in income reviews on App Store Connect. The change was anticipated to go dwell on January 1, 2021.

Developer Aditya Rajveer from Marvis App has seen that he’s now being paid $5.09 for an app that prices $5.99 — which is now in accordance with the lower 15% commission. David Hodge additionally shared immediately with us an identical report, so it appears Apple has determined to roll out the brand new lower App Store commission a couple of days forward of schedule.

If you’re a developer, take a look at the Apple Developer web site for extra details about the App Store Small Business Program.


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