China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) removed the apps from Chinese app stores for violating user privacy rights.
We answer common questions about e-commerce in China with Nathan Handwerker of The China Guys.
The latest trends for 2021 demonstrate the growing need for getting your China game license application in early.
Already this year, 168 domestic game licenses have been approved and one revoked, as others are warned.
The newest version of Mainland China’s Didi app now indicates whether your assigned driver has received a COVID-19 vaccine.
Here is a starter's guide for app, game, and website developers on integrating WeChat Pay and Alipay payments for Mainland China.
Apple has already removed nearly 39,000 unlicensed games from Apple App Store China a day earlier than promised, according to data from Qimai Data.
Shares of stock in Alibaba, Tencent and Meituan dropped sharply the day the a new draft to China's Anti-Monopoly Law was issued on November 12.
Chinese Android app stores have long demanded some of the highest mobile app and game distribution fees in the world. But there are signs this may be changing.
Apple contacted an unknown number of developers with unlicensed games on its Apple App Store China over the weekend, informing them their game will be removed if they fail to submit a game license approval number by Dec 31.
While Google Play and the Apple App Store dominate the mobile app market in the West, China's market is different. Here is what you need to know about the top Android app stores in China.
Worldwide hit Genshin Impact immediately comes under fire for leaking player data. What does it mean for you?