Apple has seemingly cracked down on VPN-based ad blockers capable of working in third-party apps. Tomasz Koperski, CTO of Future Mind, recently encountered this updated policy. His company provides three ad blocking apps. An update for one of them was rejected by Apple.
It appears Apple may be cracking down on some VPN-based ad blockers that are designed to block ads in third-party apps, based on a recent interaction iOS developer Tomasz Koperski had with Apple’s App Store review team.
Koperski is the CTO of Future Mind, a software company that produces AdBlock, Weblock, and Admosphere, three ad blocking apps. When submitting an update for AdBlock for iOS, a VPN-based ad blocking app, it was rejected.
Upon appeal to the App Review Board, Koperski was told Apple is…
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