In recent years, Apple and Google have been investigated and were imposed billions in fines by competent authorities in Europe and the United States in several antitrust cases. Both companies have abused their dominant position in the market with restrictive contracts in order to unlawfully sustain a monopoly in the app stores in Android and iOS. Without offering an alternative, they have charged app developers 30% commission on every app sale and in-app purchase.
As a result of these unlawful practices, app developers suffered damages since the 30% transaction fee was considered excessive and they did not have access to any other alternative system of payment. Therefore, all app developers who distributed their applications via Google Play or Apple App Store within EU countries and received payments either for their applications or for in-app purchases via Google Play or Apple App Store proprietary billing systems may be entitled to claim compensation.
Visit our website appclaims.nl to learn more and to register your claim.