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Microsoft and Apple arguing over fees
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Microsoft and Apple arguing over fees



Richard Harris Richard Harris in iOS Monday, December 10, 2012
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The future of the SkyDrive app by Microsoft might be in jeopardy for iOS users because Microsoft and Apple have locked horns over Apple wanting 30% of Microsoft's take when people purchase additional space inside the app while using an iOS device.

This goes back to the early argument developers had over the seemingly generous slice of a developers revenue being taken by Apple. I understand both perspectives here but an argument could be made that if it weren't for the Apple app store,  iOS users wouldn't be using Skydrive to begin with.

It's a hard nut to swallow sometimes as a Apple developer- 30%, but when you think about the deployment of your app instantly to millions and millions of users,  30% doesn't sound that bad anymore.





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