Does Apple charge for apps? Yes, before these global changes, the marketplace adhered to the standard Apple 30 percent cut. This high percentage still exists, too, but it only applies to creators whose income exceeds $1 million (your earnings from the previous year are considered when calculating the amount). Such popular services can be counted on the fingers since most devs get much lower net profits.
How much does the App Store take from smaller companies? As part of its support for small companies, novice developers, and start-ups, the company offered a reduced rate of 15%. It applies to those whose income is lower than $1 million. Also, even top Apple Store apps
can qualify for a lowered fee if their buyers have renewed a subscription for a year or more (only the time during which users actually paid for membership is taken into account; trials are not counted). As per the tech giant’s representatives and Sensor Tower experts, around 98% of all publishers and devs can claim a reduced rate.
Does Apple charge tax on in-app purchases? Yes, the greater part of these items is subject to fees. The only exceptions are physical products your customers can order through your software. That is, buyers get the ordered goods in their hands. All other transactions are subject to 15% and 30% deductions.
Always remember about the so-called “developer fee,” which you should provide annually if you wish to get a paid account. The enterprise version has a higher cost. Fortunately, this amount is flat and does not depend on how many applications you publish or how many IAPs you add.