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Apple changes App Store currency conversion rates, UK app prices rise

Apple has altered the currency conversion rates for some of its international App Stores, which has led to changes in pricing for users outside the US. Some countries, like Australia, have benefited from the change, while others, like the UK have seen the iOS app prices rise.

The cheapest paid apps in Great Britain are now going for 69p, rather than 59p, which is an almost 17% increase. The positive change in Australia is by about the same margin, the former 1.19 AUD apps now going for 99 Australian cents.

Since Apple hasn’t published details on the changes publicly, we’ll be counting on you to share with us what the change is in your area.

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