This report from the New York Times may have some serious ramifications for buying comics through your Comixology, iVerse and Graphic.Ly apps to name a few.
SAN FRANCISCO â€”Â Apple is further tightening its control of the App Store.
The company has told some applications developers, includingÂ Sony, that they can no longer sell content, like e-books, within their apps, or let customers have access to purchases they have made outside the App Store.
The move is also surprising, as Apple has indicated recently that it would be more collaborative, not less, with magazine publishers and other content producers that want more control over how to distribute content on the iPad.
From Rebellion, we are at the midway point of this classic mini-series, this is Hawk The Slayer #3. UK and DIGITAL: 8 June £3.99 NORTH AMERICA: 6 July $6.50 DIAMOND: APR221762 The all-new comic-book sequel to the cult […]
From Mad Cave Studios, and out now is a new series – this is Potions Inc. #1 Mad Cave Studios is delighted to announce the exclusive Potions Inc. #1 1/100 Variant by Jenn St-Onge to celebrate the launch of this exciting new all-ages […]