Apple warns developers not to manipulate their app rankings

Apple warns developers not to manipulate their app rankings

venturebeat.com
In a sign of trouble in the App Store, Apple has warned app developers not to manipulate their rankings in the top charts by using third-party marketing services. The warning addresses rumors that have suggested that “bot farms” or “water armies” in places such as China are offering to boost...
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