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  • Apple relabels its ‘Free’ apps
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Apple relabels its ‘Free’ apps

Apple has made a minor but noticeable change to the way it's marketing its iOS and Mac apps. Instead of free apps being labelled as 'Free', the download button now reads 'Get'. But why did the tech giant wait for an ultimatum to make these changes?

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