After Apple’s App Store rejection, French minister wades into debate over apps and net neutrality

After Apple expelled French app AppGratis from its store, French minister Fleur Pellerin has expressed concern about the move – and its implications for net neutrality.Apple’s decision to pull an app by a French developer from its iOS app store has got France’s digital economy minister fired up.The app in question, AppGratis, promotes other apps by offering temporary discounts or free trials. AppGratis is no newcomer to the market: it has existed as an online service since 2008 – initially as a newsletter – and as an app since 2010.

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