By Dave Stevenson - Posted on 14 Feb 2013 - pcpro
Adobe has angered its community of app developers with the terms and conditions attached to its Director 12 software.
The software, which is used to create apps for Apple's App Store, will now cost developers 10% of their earnings on any app which makes more than $20,000 (around £13,000).
The charge only applies to apps which make the watershed amount after Apple has taken its 30% fee per app. This means an app will actually have to make $26,000 before Adobe's charges apply.
The move has angered software developers, some of whom note that Adobe’s 10% charge comes on top of the price of buying Adobe Director, whose full version for Mac and PC cost just over £900 each
. Posting on Adobe Director’s discussion forum, one user described the change as "preposterous", adding, "I will never agree to this."http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/379903/adobe-angers-ios-developers-with-10-director-chargehttp://forums.adobe.com/message/5069522