Apple Intros ''Try Before You Buy'' Apps

Posted: Aug 6 2010, 8:42am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:53am CDT, in News | Apple

 

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Apple has just added a new section to their wildly popular app store. In order to curb piracy, they've created a Try Before You Buy section, packed to the brim with "free" and "lite" versions of pay apps. (IntoMobile) So far there don't seem to be any new apps here, just a new way to get at all the cheapo editions.

Unfortunately for Apple, this change still doesn't bring them closer in line to the Android Market's awesome return policy, which allows users a limited amount of time to remove their apps for a full refund.

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