Apple has paid over the last 12 months over 30 billion to independent developers who "eat" the App Store with bids, according to TechCrunch.
Since the App Store digital distribution platform was created in July 2008, Apple has so far paid the entire developer's $ 120 billion application.
This is money that Apple moves to advocacy developers from the revenue the IT giant gets from users to & # 39; Download their applications to devices that use the iOS system, such as iPhone.
In this income, where it moved to the application developers, Apple only includes receipts of App Shops, such as paid downloaders, purchase of a very app, and subscriptions.
In addition to these finances from Apple, independent advocacy companies have been able to make extra money from ads or subscriptions on site, for example.