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For MacOS applications and IOS apps

If you have a B2C IOS app, you have no other option from using the Apple store.

If you have a MacOS application, even if you currently have another e-commerce providers you should also add your software to the Apple store to benefit from its traffic of users wanting to buy software.

    Fees: 
    30%
    +$99 developer fees per year
    Figures: 
    $155 billion in developer earnings
    175 countries
    Has marketplace: 

    Yes

    Has affiliate network: 
    No
    Has SDK: 
    Yes
    Fund withdraw methods: 
    Bank transfer
    Advantages: 
    • Default marketplace for MacOS users; gathers most buyers and allows discoverability of your software.
    • Is the only option for B2C IOS apps. (You can build and sell B2B IOS apps externally)
    • Installation of your software is done via the store with zero effort from your clients.
    • License management is done via the store automatically.
    • For the $99 developer annual fees, you also get a digital certificate that you can use to sign your application software that is distributed outside the apple store.
    Disadvantages: 
    • High fees
    • Only for Mac and IOS software (not for Windows)
    • Does not have an affiliate network
    • Does not support all kinds of applications. E.g. it does not support screensavers.
    • Does not give you the customer details; you cannot contact the customers.

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