Apple has increased the prices of its iOS App store in the UK, previously the minimum price of an application was £0.59, this has now been increased to £0.69, this compares to the US pricing of $0.99 as the minimum price of an application.
The new £0.69 price works out at $1.11 based on today’s exchange rate and we suspect UK iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch customers will be less than pleased about this recent change.
Apple has also reduced the minimum price of apps in the Australian App store, with apps which previously cost $1.19 in Australia now reduced to $0.99.
So what do our readers think about these changes?We would be interested to hear from our UK readers on whether this price increase will make you buy less apps?
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