Apple will be turning it simpler for iOS consumers to get hold of fresh applications that arrive on its App Store. The Cupertino-located tech major has began permitting developers of the app to add a function wherein they can permit the consumers to pre-order an application. Developers can allow iOS app consumers pre-order applications almost 90 Days prior to it roll out. Once pre-ordered, the application will download by design on the iPad or iPhone on its planned date.
The function is available on all the variants of the App Store. This indicates that even macOS, iOS, and tvOS applications can be pre-ordered. It is worth claiming that, if the developer wishes, it can provide both free and paid apps for pre-order. If the cost of the paid application alters at the time of the pre-order time frame, the users will be invoiced for whichever is the least cost.
“Prior to rolling out your application on the App Store for the initial time, you can select to provide it as a pre-order. Users can view page of your product and order your application prior to it is rolled out for download. As soon as your application is rolled out, users will be alerted and your application will download by design to their gadgets. For paid applications, users will be invoiced prior to the download,” claims the dedicated page of Apple iTunes.
The page claims that developers can alter the roll out date of the application while it is in the time frame of pre-order. On the other hand, the new roll out date can’t be over 90 Days from when the application was initially obtainable on the App Store for pre-order. They can upgrade the app at the time of pre-order time frame, alter the cost during the similar time, take out it from pre-order scheme, and even make the pre-order scheme obtainable in select nations only.