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- Macintosh Software Business – Yahoo! Groups
- DevMate – App Development and Distribution Platform
- The New App Store: Subscription Pricing, Faster Approvals, and Search Ads – Daring Fireball
- Introducing Expanded Subscriptions in iTunes Connect – WWDC ’16
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