Linked by Jennimc on Sun 17th Jul 2011 21:46 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless In Taiwan, Google recently stopped showcasing paid applications in its marketplace owing to the continuing fight that arose merely because of the change in the return policy, when it was dramatically reduced to just fifteen minutes from 24 hours. In related news, "Apple has rolled out a new refund policy in the Taiwanese versions of its App Store, Mac App Store, and iBookstore. The changes, reported by IDG News this morning, give app buyers the option to get a refund on paid applications and e-books within seven days of buying them from one of Apple's digital storefronts."
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RE: Comment by Beta
by Jennimc on Mon 18th Jul 2011 07:06 UTC in reply to "Comment by Beta"
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Title doesn’t match article content.

Title was taken directly from the article

As a larger-than-article epilogue,

Ummm, no.

includes unrelated competitor doing something else.

You're right. Apple isn't a competitor in offering a smartphone applications store. They don't compete in Taiwan and Apple didn't update their return policy to accommodate regulations in that region.

What are you talking about?

Posted by a user of less than a month who constantly bashes that platform
I don't bash the platform. I like a lot of it actually... at least that which doesn't infringe on other companies legal claims. For the record, I can't recall ever basing Android and if I ever said anything disparaging the instance is very secluded. You are wrong.

Article is a dupe.

I don't recall ever seeing that story referenced here... certainly not in relation to the Apple story which is relevant.

[i]Edited 2011-07-18 07:08 UTC

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