Elon Musk and Spotify Boss Criticize Apple App Store Policy

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iwanrj.com – Jakarta – At the end of this week, Apple received scathing criticism from the CEO of Twitter, Elon Musk and the CEO of Spotify, Daniel Ek regarding the Apple App Store policy. What did he say?

Reported Telset from GizmochinaElon Musk and Daniel Ek wrote on Twitter that Apple’s App Store policy is a battle for the future of civilization and criticism of the company’s app review system.

The issue the two have been facing is Apple’s 30% revenue-sharing rule for users who subscribe to in-app digital content, which has previously angered Musk and Ek. This policy has been a problem for many app developers, including Spotify and Twitter.


Meanwhile, some people argue that Apple’s policy is very necessary to be able to maintain the level of competition and ensure fair competition among developers.

Some others see that Apple’s regulations limit excess profits which have an impact on the lack of innovation provided and limit choices for consumers.

On the other hand, Elon Musk’s recent $44 billion acquisition of Twitter is a problem. With so much money Musk is throwing out, it’s no wonder he’s pushing a subscription-based model and trying to maximize the company’s profits.


In the end, this competition is not just about money, but about control. Apple wants to retain control of the App Store and digital content market, while app developers Musk and Ek push for more freedom and autonomy.

This competition will also impact the digital content industry, as the outcome of the competition between all of them will have far-reaching repercussions for years to come. [FY/HBS]