In the App Store, new applications appear every day. Most of them are paid.
The other day I bought myself a game with three levels for 229 rubles, but she did not cost her money. And you know, I’d better try it before buying.
Developers began to demand that Apple introduce an application testing system so that users can test them before buying for the anniversary of the App Store (July 2018). And personally, I fully agree with this policy.
More than 100 developers have teamed up in The Developers Union. This is a small coalition that is trying to implement a free program testing system in the App Store before they are purchased.
In their opinion, the App Store and the Mac App Store should provide users with the opportunity to try out the program before purchasing . They noted that some applications have such an opportunity, but they need full coverage of both stores.
In particular, this applies to programs that do not have built-in purchases at all. Some users are afraid to purchase the program until they have tested it in advance.
No one interferes with the introduction of trial versions of programs in the application stores before they are purchased. So the user will be able to understand exactly whether he needs a particular program. [ The Verge ]