European Comission meets with Apple and Google to end misleading in-app purchases
0. phoneArena 28 Feb 2014, 08:49 posted on
On 27 and 28 February, the European Comission is meeting with national authorities and large technological companies (including Apple and Google) to discuss in-app purchases. The EC estimates that, at present, over 50% of the EU online and mobile games market consists of games advertised as “free”, although they often entail, sometimes costly, in-app purchases...
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1. easymomo (Posts: 91; Member since: 04 Jul 2012)
Electronic Arts, Glu Mobile... this is what you get after abusing IAPs
2. downphoenix (Posts: 2634; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
they aren't even remotely the worst at this. They at least have some semblence of ethics. The most vile are companies like Zynga, King.com, and Rovio, they make EA look like the Pope in comparison. Remember, EA built its empire by selling games, Zynga and King built theirs via scammy games.,