Should foreign app publishers start developing new versions for Huawei’s new platform?
To assist game publishers and developers in planning their entry into the Chinese market, AppInChina is proud to announce three new free English-language research tools, now available for free on our website.
The Chinese government has already developed a real-name verification system for games that will begin a phased roll-out in September, a Chinese official announced at the ChinaJoy conference last week in Shanghai.
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Thousands of iOS developers have instantly lost access to China's $8.8 billion games market, thanks to Apple's latest move.
If you have a free Android or iOS game published in China, you can make money while avoiding the game license requirement by installing an ad SDK. Here's how.
Publishing an iOS or Android mobile game in China is not as simple as uploading it and checking a few boxes. Here is all you need to know.
The second iteration of Apple’s flagship store in China opened today in Sanlitun’s Taikoo Lee outdoor shopping mall.
Here are some considerations as you weigh the options for your iOS game in China.
Up-to-the-minute updates for developers and publishers on how Apple is handling unlicensed games on the Apple App Store China.
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.