The freebie app service, which was pulled from Apple's App Store earlier this month, tries to show how useful it is to people.
A new report claims Apple will remove app-discovery programs from its App Store for fear they will threaten the App Store's rankings.
France's digital industry minister dumps verbal vichyssoise on Apple for banning French startup's service from App Store.
AppGratis, which cuts deals with developers to make their apps free for a day, says that though the AppGratis app was yanked from Apple's App Store, it will still work for those who had downloaded it.
Apple's removed another app discovery service from the App Store. This time, it's freebie iOS app tool AppGratis.
Unlike most freebie finders, this one separates the wheat from the chaff to bring you a single hand-picked gem.
A high ranking on Apple's App Store can translate into a quick fortune. That's why app creators are turning to ranking experts to give them any edge possible.
The eyebrow-raising app won't be initiating Facebook-friend hookups for iPhone owners for the time being.