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Apple introduces a ‘grace period’ for lapsed App Store subscriptions

TechCrunch Friday, 13 September 2019
Apple is changing how subscriptions work on its App Store. Before, any lapse in payment could cut off the customer from being able to use the app’s subscription-based features — and make it more difficult for the developer to reacquire that customer’s business in the future. Now, Apple says developers will have the option to […]
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