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Setapp Readies for Apple’s Digital Markets Act with New App Store

  • Setapp has officially announced its Setapp mobile app store and is taking applications from developers who would like to join in.
  • The company is expanding its app subscription service from macOS and web apps to include iOS in anticipation of the Digital Markets Act.
  • Setapp is offering developers benefits such as a dedicated community of users, seamless onboarding, and the ability to offload commerce and distribution.

Setapp is preparing for the potential of the Digital Markets Act (DMA) legislation by officially announcing its Setapp mobile app store and taking applications from developers who would like to join in. The company is expanding its app subscription service from macOS and web apps to include iOS in anticipation of the law, which could force Apple to open up iPhone to third-party app stores.

Setapp has opened applications for developers to submit their apps for consideration to join the Setapp app store. Benefits of joining as a developer include a built-in dedicated community of users, seamless onboarding, and the ability to offload commerce and distribution. Additionally, Setapp offers developers a revenue share of 70%, with the potential for up to 90% of revenue from user fees per month.

The EU has set a March 2024 deadline for companies like Apple to comply with the DMA legislation, and Apple is likely to contest the interpretation of the law around app stores. For developers who are interested, they can get in touch with Setapp [here](https://setapp.com/developers), and end-users can stay up with the latest on the Setapp app store launch plans by [signing up with their email here](https://setapp.com/join-waitlist).

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