NY Times forces Apple to remove app

Pulse is a popular and highly stylized iPad app for displaying rss feeds. The NY Times claims that because the app isn’t free, the company is making money off of their feeds. Of course, the app has led to more people seeing the ads on the NY Times website, and more readers means more money for the NY Times, but they’d rather enforce a silly policy that hurts them in the end.
Not all apps that get pulled are Apple’s fault. Some are caused by foolish decisions made by companies.
via Gizmodo

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