Up-to-the-minute updates for developers and publishers on how Apple is handling unlicensed games on the Apple App Store China.
Here are some considerations as you weigh the options for your iOS game in China.
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An emergency guide to keeping your game available in China after July 1.
Starting July 1, Apple will begin losing up to $879 million of yearly revenue as it removes over 21,000 games from the Apple App Store China that are paid or contain in-app purchases, leaving developers in a lurch.
Tencent will integrate facial recognition technology in logins and payments across all its mobile games in China to identify minor users.
For foreign app companies, expanding into the Chinese app market is a polarizing topic. People fall on two opposite sides of an extreme spectrum...
These three companies' products cover a wide range, including social media, news apps, search engines, browsers, and video apps.
Since the process of distributing apps and games is becoming more and more complicated, we thought it would be the perfect time to summarize the process.
According to a new notice issued by the Ministry of Education, the deadline has been extended to June 30, 2020, due to the COVID-19 virus situation.
Sony’s PlayStation Store China closed since May 10 for a “system security upgrade” to fix a backdoor providing access to unlicensed games.
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.