Eligible US developers can claim funds from “Small Developer Assistance Fund”

Apple follows lawsuit decision and now allows eligible developers to claim funds as a result of the ruling.

You may be included in this settlement and entitled to receive a payment if you are or were a U.S. developer of any Apple iOS application or in-app product (including subscriptions) that:

1. Was sold for a non-zero price;
2. Was sold via Apple’s iOS App Store between 2015 and 2021; and
3. Earned, together with any other iOS applications or in-app products (including subscriptions) sold through all of your associated developer accounts, proceeds equal to or less than $1,000,000.00 through the App Store U.S. storefront in every calendar year from 2015 to 2021 in which you had a developer account.

Cameron et al. v. Apple Inc. Settlement Administrator

Submit a claim: Cameron, et al. v. Apple Inc.


Apple sets up Apple’s Small Developer Assistance Fund

During court hearings Apple agrees to create Small Developer Assistance Fund which provides financial aid for developers in US.

Eligible developers will be able to receive a payment between $250 and $30,000 from Apple depending on their total App Store earnings between June 4, 2015 and April 26, 2021, as outlined in the chart below from the settlement filing.