Imposter Cryptocurrency Wallet App Races Up Apple's Store Charts

Imposter Cryptocurrency Wallet App Races Up Apple's Store Charts

An update to the iTunes Connect resources page states that developers can now open up their apps for preorder on all Apple platforms before the program is officially released. The new feature offers pre-order for up to 90-days before the launch.

If you make a pre-order and then change your mind, you can cancel before the app arrives.

Interestingly, the week-old app claimed that users' "keys are encrypted and stored securely inside your phone and can not be accessed in any case".

If you're spending money on the title, you'll only have to pay once the app or game is released. Now, all developers can do something similar by offering their apps for pre-order.

Pre-orders can be made for devices running iOS 11.2, tvOS 11.2, and macOS 10.13.2 or later. Apps will have a "Pre-Order" label along with a tentative release date. Soon after the pre-ordered app is release, it will automatically be downloaded on your Apple device. Payment for paid apps will be charged to the user once the app is available for download. The Cupertino giant has already outlined particular steps that the developers are required to follow, in order to make their applications available for pre-order. However, it might be beneficial for the developers of photo editing and other productivity apps.

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Apple let a fake Ethereum wallet sneak into the App Store.

APP that grabbed headlines owing to its unique format in the very first month of its launch has been awarded in the BEST ENTERTAINMENT App category, Best SOCIAL App category and MOST POPULAR App category respectively. I personally feel that the app-store will also publicise such apps by displaying them prominently on the home page.

From the homepage, click My Apps, select the app, and select Pricing and Availability in the left column.

The developer of the app was listed as Nam Le, who also has three more apps featuring on the store, two of them being gaming apps.

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