In accordance with a report from the Washington Post, it appears that evidently out of the highest 1,000 apps in Apple’s App Retailer, about 2% of these apps have been discovered to be rip-off apps. Which means out of these 1,000 apps, about 20 or so might need been scams. To be truthful, 20 out of a 1,000 is definitely fairly good so far as we’re involved, but it surely exhibits that there’s nonetheless work that must be carried out.
In any case, making it into the highest 1,000 apps implies that these apps have been in all probability downloaded many occasions, which might have affected 1000’s of customers within the course of. The report claims that these apps alone might need resulted in individuals getting defrauded out of $48 million.
Apple spokesperson Fred Sainz has since responded to the report in an announcement which reads, “We maintain builders to excessive requirements to maintain the App Retailer a protected and trusted place for patrons to obtain software program, and we’ll at all times take motion towards apps that pose a hurt to customers. Apple leads the business with practices that put the security of our clients first, and we’ll proceed studying, evolving our practices and investing the required assets to verify clients are offered with the perfect expertise.”