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EU developers can begin testing app marketplaces and apps that won’t be distributed in the App Store

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    Apple’s controversial plans for complying with the EU’s Digital Markets Act are being implemented, and now developers can submit alternative app stores and external apps via App Store Connect.

    An iPhone shows its App Library with several colorful icons. The device is standing with a blurry white brick background.
    The EU DMA forces Apple to allow alternative app stores

    Apple’s compliance with the EU DMA must go into effect by March 2024, so the company is already making moves to let developers begin testing their apps and marketplaces. Documentation found on Apple’s developer website says developers can use App Store Connect and its API to set everything up.

    Developers who have agreed to Apple’s new rules in the EU can build app marketplaces that compete with the App Store. These stores will offer apps that want to exist outside of Apple’s App Store or otherwise couldn’t exist based on Apple’s rules.

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