Elon Musk called out Apple's App Store fee, saying it's 'like having a 30% tax on the Internet'
Elon Muskis criticizing Apple's App Storecommission of up to 30% on paid apps and in-app purchases.
- He called it "a 30% tax on the Internet," saying it's "literally 10 times higher than it should be."
Add Elon Musk to the list of people who have called out Apple for its App Store commission.
In a pair of tweets on Tuesday, Musk went after Apple for taking a 30% cut from developers on the App Store's paid app downloads and in-app purchases.
Musk isn't the only CEO to criticize the commission.
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A month later, Zuckerberg told Axios that Apple "deserves scrutiny" over how it runs the App Store.
Plenty of developers, including Fortnite creator Epic Games, have also called out Apple's 30% commission over the years.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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