Apple welcomes the thirty-sixth Italian developer in the App Store Foundations, the program that supports app makers, to help them do even better. Apps like Loopsie, a photo editing app created by a group of young Italian engineers. OR AWorld, which helps create a better planet for all.
Apple welcomes another Italian developer to App Store Foundations
Since 2018, Apple has been offering additional support to some developers, to help them improve their apps and more. Developers can take advantage of Apple’s dedicated courses by working directly with App Store team members. Courses range from best use of functionality and of API, up to monetization and al marketing.
After training, they continue to have direct relationships with Apple’s team of experts, to keep improving. This initiative is added to that ofApp Store Small Business Program di Apple, which benefits small businesses billing up to $ 1 million in the previous calendar year, which may have a reduced commission as low as 15%.
Christopher Moser, Apple Senior Director of the App Store in Europe comments: “We are extremely pleased to support the talent and creativity of Italian developers. By welcoming our 36th Italian developer to the App Store Foundations Program, and at the same time extending it to more countries, we reaffirm our commitment to collaborate and dialogue constantly with developers who bring great apps to life for millions of users around the world. I can’t wait to see the results in the months and years to come. “
Support for Italian developers
Many developers who have joined the program have used it as a stepping stone to affirm their companies. Like the Italian Loopsie, which with Apple’s support aims to quadruple the workforce and further increase the user base. The CEO of Loopsie Angelo Gallarello explains: “The value of the program has been transformative for Loopsie. It allowed us to consolidate our business model, allowing us to double the number of employees dedicated to the app and triple our turnover. “
But there is also one of the Italian apps participating in the project AWorld, app created in support of the United Nations campaign ActNow to promote individual actions to combat climate change. Or PeakVisor, which provides information on hiking trails by making the most of the performance of the new A15 Bionic chip.
You can learn more about the program and these applications at this address.