Customers downloading its iOS app can no longer pay through Apple's billing system and are instead directed to the Netflix website. Netflix made the move after experimenting with the change in more than two dozen markets globally, Venture Beat reported.
This means existing users who are now paying for their Netflix subscriptions via iTunes can continue to use iTunes billing until their accounts are canceled. These numbers are as of 1 January calculated by the App store.
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To be clear, that doesn't mean that Netflix is being pulled from the App Store.
Apple takes 30% of revenue for third-party app sales through its iTunes App Store. Productivity, Health & Fitness and Education apps are already capturing the attention of customers in the first few days of the year with 1Password, Sweat and Luminosity charting in their respective categories.
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Video streaming on mobile devices is likely to become more popular as cellular carriers roll out high-speed 5G networks worldwide and content providers offer more live programming.