Just a few days after Apple lowered its app store’s fees for most developers, a group of seven South Korean lawmakers asked Google to do the same with Google’s in app purchases. Apple announced a new plan on Wednesday, local time, that will take effect on January 1 next year, which will reduce the app store Commission for developers and businesses paying less than $1 million a year to 15%. < / P > < p > on Thursday, a group of MPs from the South Korean national power party called on Google to follow Apple’s example and do the same on Google play store. “Apple’s policy of halving its commission is just in time. We urge Google to reduce the Commission for small app developers to below 15% in order to promote the development of Korean application ecosystem. < / P > < p > Google recently announced that from October 2021, all application developers will be required to use Google’s own billing system and give up 30% of in app purchase share. In response, South Korean lawmakers are already considering legislation to restrict Google and other app store operators from imposing restrictions on certain payment methods. < / P > < p > Apple has also been criticized for a similar policy in its app store guidelines. The company does not allow the use of external payment methods in App Store apps. As early as August, Epic Games, the developer of Fortress night, tried to circumvent the rules, which led to the removal of applesauce from the app store and a continuing legal dispute between the two companies. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities