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Apple is now going to eliminate dissipated applications from the App Store
It is cleaning phase in the App Store. Apple sent an e-mail to it’s developer team and community specify that there will some forthcoming changes in the App Store. If an app no longer works or it is outdated, it should removed from the App Store.

“We are carryout an ongoing process of figure out apps, removing apps that no longer function , do not follow the modern review guidelines, or obsolete,” Apple said.

In the initial years of the apple App Store,Apple acknowledges insane numbers.It was a metric as noone would install millions of applications. Still, Apple sharing the new numbers. As of June 2016 there are 3 million iOS apps available for the iPad and iPhone. They are downloaded over 140 billion times since the App Store was launched in 2008.

Many of these applications do not work and never downloaded.Thousand of millions of apps were probably built on an previous version of iOS and never updated. So it is time to enhance and improve App Store discovery. It is  going to be very interesting to see whether the number of applications in the App Store is drastically down.

Addition to search advertisement and extensions in several apps in iOS 10, Apple strategy to remove all these useless apps that chaos the App Store search pages.If Apple is not eliminate the dissipated apps.The company also fight for spammy app names. For instance, if you will search for the app name “Instagram” on the App Store,  the first result comes is an app that  called Photo Collage, Pic Grid etc” and then it cut off.

With this SEO strategy, application developers trick the App Store searches.Apple wants clean and clear names to make App Store searches relevant.Ongoing now, app names have to  shorter than only 50 characters.

Apple will start analysing old apps on September 7. Applications that crashes on launch will be removed promptly.Other applications will receive a notice from Apple first. And if you do not update over the next 30 days, your application will be removed — you will submit your app again.

Apple Released a FAQ To explain these changes:-

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