In a settlement between mobile advertising firm Tapjoy and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, two commissioners lambasted Apple and Google for creating a hostile environment for gaming industry players.
Google hasn't updated its iOS apps since early December while still keeping its Android apps up to date, in what could be an attempt to avoid supplying information for the App Store's privacy nutrition labels.
Apple brought us many things in December, and most got a mixed reception. AirPods Max are expensive, Facebook says App Store privacy will be "devastating" to businesses, and Apple TV+ has nabbed "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
Vybe Together, an app that facilitated "secret parties" between users, has been removed from the iOS App Store after seemingly flouting coronavirus safety guidelines by promoting large New Year's Eve gatherings.
The coronavirus dominated the news in February 2020, with Apple being among the first to close its stores. Meanwhile, one Hollywood director revealed Apple's demands on filmmakers, and another bashed the butterfly keyboard.