Did you know that with the App Store, you can be sure that every iOS app that you download is safe and virus-free? And it is augmented by the fact that Apple devices are almost prone to viruses. Yet, it doesn't hurt to have one of those antivirus software. While there are really great alternatives to the Apple App Store, nobody can ever guarantee a hundred percent safety other than Apple itself. To set the record, everyone can be an app developer but not all developers are licensed to make an app for iOS devices. This means aspiring developers are required to take an Apple certification license for their apps to be part of the App Store.
Before you consider downloading apps outside the App Store, try to weigh the pros and cons of sticking to it first. Perhaps, one of the greatest factors why some Apple users tend to look for alternative apps is the price. Well, it is true that more than 60% of the apps on the App Store are actually not for free. But again, the reason why most of these apps are paid is that developers actually pay the license to develop. In short, you are paying for their expenses and of course their skill. And since, the App Store is a built-in app for almost all Apple devices, especially for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, it offers users easy download of apps. Plus, the payment process is safe so you don't need to worry about your card's information leaking. Yet, another main concern is the sandboxing limitation or the limiting of what the app can do or which files can be accessed. But you need to understand that this Apple's another step of ensuring that iOS devices are secure.
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