Yoga app Down Dog tweeted on Tuesday saying its most recent iOS update had been rejected by Apple.
Apple’s grounds for rejecting the update was that Down Dog didn’t implement auto-billing on its free trials.
Last month Apple faced rage and insurrection from developers after it rejected an update from email platform Hey over its rules on billing.
Following the backlash, Apple said it would allow app developers to challenge its decisions.
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Another app developer is attacking Apple over its payment requirements, this time over seemingly squeezing money out of forgetful users.
Yoga app Down Dog tweeted on Tuesday that its latest app update had been rejected by Apple.
“Apple is rejecting our latest update because we refuse to auto-charge at the end of our free trial,” Down Dog said in its statement, including a screenshot of an email from Apple.
Wow! Apple is rejecting our latest update because we refuse to auto-charge at the end of our free trial. They can choose to steal from their customers who forget to cancel, but we won’t do the same to ours. THIS IS A LINE THAT WE WILL NOT CROSS. pic.twitter.com/s9HwD4ay4h
— Down Dog (@downdogapp) June 30, …read more
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