This discussion due tonight at midnight. which is 13 hours from now. just half of page.
At one time, Apple’s iPad represented 75% of tablets being sold. And, about 50% of consumers read newspapers and magazines on their tablets. This commanding share of the market made Apple feel like it had publishers right where it wanted them. However, when Apple announced that it would charge publishers a fee of 30% of subscription revenue for subscriptions sold through Apple’s App store, Google announced it would only charge a fee of about 10% of subscription revenue for users of its Android system.
Do the substantially different prices that Apple and Google charge for a similar service reflect the costs incurred by each company, or is the price difference due to something else?