Originally Posted by asdasd
...... As has been pointed out to you about 100 times, the Kindle app store runs in safari.
That is still
the case. It doesn't need Apple's credit card transactions. There is no "shelf" space issue, either. The only Apple related shelf space is the App Store which vends apps. In this case thefree Kindle app store, hosted in Safari vends books.
Once downloaded Apple should get nothing, unless people want to use IAP. .......
Firstly, the "kindle app store" doesn't "run in safari" ...... nor is the "kindle app store" 'hosted in safari' .... the kindle app, as all of the other apps, reside in Apple's app store
and were then being linked to the "kindle store" via a web browser.
You seem to be missing a link
understanding, so here is kindle's own explanation, not that it will do you or Gwidion any good, because it is clear to me that you don't want
to understand. Now the question is ..... why ???
"In order to comply with recent policy changes by Apple, weve also removed the Kindle Store link from within the app that opened Safari and took you to the Kindle Store.
You can still shop as you always have - just open Safari and go to www.amazon.com/kindlestore
. If you want, you can bookmark that URL. Your Kindle books will be delivered automatically to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, just as before."
As a special favor to Gwidion, please note that when any web browser (including safari, chrome, firefox, whoever) sends you to anyone's store to buy .... Apple receives no commission, has not asked for any, nor should they ..... as long as they don't try to go from the Apple app store first. .... the kindle people get this .... why can't you ????