According to a recent announcement from Apple, all App Store purchase options, including paid apps and one-time in-app purchases, are now available to developers.
The only current pricing options available at the time were auto-renewable subscriptions, which were first announced in December. At the time, Apple stated that starting in the spring of 2023, the pricing adjustments would also apply to other apps and in-app purchases.
Apple now has over 900 price points, with the highest 100 only available upon request. Developers can select lower and higher prices and more specific pricing options because the prices in the US range from $.29 to $9,999.99.
There are now 900 price points accessible, more than ten times the amount of paid apps and one-time in-app purchases previously offered. With their incremental price increases throughout price ranges (e.g., every $0.10 up to $10, every $0.50 between $10 and $50, etc.), these alternatives also provide more flexibility.
Also, Apple is introducing global options for a base price and globally equalized pricing that adheres to the most typical pricing practices in each nation or region.
Beginning on May 9, Apple also intends to update prices for current apps and one-time in-app purchases across all 175 worldwide stores, with prices being globally equalized to a chosen base country or area using exchange rate data that is openly available.
You may read more about the changes on Apple’s website.
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