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Spotify, Epic, and others join coalition to change Apple’s App Store practices

Spotify, Epic, and others join coalition to change Apple's App Store practices

A number of companies have formed a non-profit organization with the goal of forcing Apple to change its App Store practices. 

The founding members include Spotify and Epic Games — both of which have been very vocal about Apple’s “unfair” App Store fees and other issues — as well as a number of other companies, including Basecamp, Blix, Blockchain.com, Deezer, and ProtonMail. 

Called the Coalition for App Fairness, the group argues that Apple’s 15-30 percent fee from each App Store purchase is too high, and that its App Store practices are “anti-competitive,” and offer “no consumer freedom.”

The coalition has 13 founding members.

The coalition has 13 founding members.

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