The Financial Times has reported that Apple is set to share more details about apps removed from the App Store in its transparency report shared with investors. This comes after activists called for more information on certain religious apps’ removal from the store in China.
This transparency report currently only details the number of apps each country has requested for removal, the reason for the request, and whether Apple complied or not, according to people the FT spoke to familiar with the agreement.
This is set to change, following pressure from investors Azzad Asset Management, Tulipshare, and Open MIC. According to Tulipshare, Apple will now reveal the legal basis for removing certain apps.