Tuesday, 27 October 2020'
Apple has announced that App Store prices, for apps and in-app purchases, are going to rise in several countries including India, Indonesia, Brazil, Colombia, South Africa and Russia. These prices have been readjusted to include the exchange rate of local currency as well as increased taxes.
Apple told developers about the incoming App Store pricing changes and explained that when “taxes or foreign exchange rates change, we sometimes need to update prices on the App Store”. Apple added that over the next few days, the prices of apps, in-app purchases on the App Store will increase in India, Brazil, Colombia, Indonesia, Russia and South Africa.
Pricing is also going to be adjusted in Iceland and Albania to align with pricing used in other markets selling in US dollars with value-added tax.