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Apex Legends developers face major problems after upgrading Iron Crown monetization

Fans of the Apex Legends subreddits are extremely unhappy with the response a respawn developer has made to the Iron Crown event, especially after the microtransaction changes for the Iron Crown event, with most of the criticism targeting the price of microtransactions , For example, Bloodhound's Heirloom Ax requested that players collect all cosmetics from the event and pay an …

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App developers claim Apple's location tracking changes for iOS 13 are anti-competitive

Apple in iOS 13 has changed the way site tracking permissions work. Additionally, apps can no longer ask for "Always allow location tracking" option. Instead, Apple allows users to "Allow," "Allow once," or "Do not allow while using the app," which some app creators object to. Executives from seven companies creating apps for iOS devices have teamed up to email …

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HBO's Confederate series is dead after developers switched to Netflix

The HBO series Confederate already had before David Benioff and D.B. Weiss has switched to Netflix and now it's totally dead. The vulture editor Joe Adalian has confirmed with sources close to the situation that the series of Game of Thrones Creator " now completely, definitely dead "and" will not live without them ". None of this is particularly surprising …

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Facebook files complain to app developers from Singapore and Hong Kong about ad fraud

In a post in the Facebook Newsroom, Jessica Romero, the director of the social network for platform enforcement and litigation, said she had filed a lawsuit against Singapore-based app developer JediMobi and Hong Kong-based LionMobi for "click-injection fraud." , ] The fraud consisted of infecting users' phones with malware, which in turn caused fake users to click on Facebook ads. …

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Facebook sues two app developers for click fraud

According to a statement from Facebook, the developers have created Android apps that are infected with malware that causes fake clicks of users on the ads of the social media platform. The apps in question are inherently fairly simple – they include apps for tidying up the phone's memory, saving battery life, scanning for viruses, and recording a notepad. Some …

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Facebook Sues App Developers Based in Singapore For Fraud

Singapore-based app developer Jedimobi has been sued by Facebook for incorporating malware into its Android apps, which hijack a user's phone to generate fake clicks on ads and earn money from unsuspecting users. Jedimobi is one of two app developers Together with Lionmobi, the social media company has reportedly filed suit, claiming it has used Android apps with malware that …

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Now officially also OnePlus 7] The new preview for Android Q developers is silently displayed for OnePlus 7 Pro

Over the weekend, OnePlus (accidentally?) Seems to have released the next Android Q Developer Preview for OnePlus 7 Pro. Included features include new Super macro settings and camera focus tracking, digital wellbeing, configurable Zen mode duration, and new gesture navigation options. Although the previous developer preview 3 has landed at once for OnePlus 7, 7 Pro, 6 and 6T, only …

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What happens when Google Stadia shuts down? Responses from developers

Google's new game streaming service, Google Stadia, will launch in November. Unlike traditional Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo consoles, Stadia is a streaming service with no local hardware outside the controller. That is, everything happens in the cloud. Of course, people want to know what happens when Stadia is shut down, as was the case with many other Google products in …

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YouTube offers developers new ways to earn money

The VidCon takes place in Anaheim, California. The conference is the most important event of the year for YouTube creators – and therefore the video hub's annual launch pad for features that can turn their channels into cash. The creators want us to continue to develop new products and find interesting ways to stay connected and give something back to …

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YouTube offers developers more ways to earn money

YouTube offers video artists more ways to earn money as the company and its users work to reduce their reliance on sometimes uncertain advertising contracts. New features include more subscription options, additional merchandise partners, and another way to get tips in live streams. YouTube's Chief Product Officer, Neal Mohan, says monetization features are already earning thousands and thousands of channels …

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