By Allison Grande (Nov 30, 2021, 10:10 p.m. EST) – App developers including Tile and Match Group are backing Epic Games’ call for Circuit Ninth to force Apple to comply immediately with a court order federal government authorizing app makers to direct users to payment methods outside of Apple’s system, arguing that the directive is a “life-saving remedy” for Apple’s “grossly detrimental and anti-competitive” behavior.
In an amicus brief filed on Monday, mobile app makers Tile, Match Group Inc., Basecamp and Knitrino, as well as The Coalition for App Fairness – a nonprofit that advocates fair competition in the app market and which belong the four developers – asked to give their views on the …
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