Zuckerberg said that Apple’s App Store should be regulated, but praised Google
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) Axios in an interview that Apple’s App Store to control application store applications “should be subject to supervision”, Apple “Unilateral control” of mobile phone applications is not conducive to market competition.
When asked whether the App Store is suspected of being a monopoly, Zuckerberg said, “I think Apple exercises unilateral control over mobile applications, and that people should question Apple’s control over the App Store and raise questions about whether this is conducive to market competition. question.”
Zuckerberg praised Google for allowing Android phone users to download apps from app stores other than the Google Play Store . “Even if there is no cooperation with the Google Play Store, developers can publish apps to users. This means that even if they are not Google waits to see, and developers will not be excluded from the Android ecosystem. I think it’s really important for developers to be able to develop applications and release applications to users.”
When asked whether government regulators should investigate Apple’s App Store policy, Zuckerberg did not answer positively, “I shouldn’t answer this question. But I think some of Apple’s actions should be questioned and should be regulated. .”