By Joe Rossignol, MacRumors
Popular third-party Reddit app Apollo was updated Wednesday with an option for users to decline a refund for their remaining subscription time ahead of the app shutting down June 30. Users who do not exercise this option will automatically receive a pro-rated refund.
Starting on July 1, Reddit plans to begin charging for its main API, which provides third-party apps like Apollo with access to the website’s data, like posts and comments. Apollo developer Christian Selig said it is understandable for Reddit to begin charging for the API, but he said the pricing is prohibitively expensive and that he was given minimal time to prepare for the change. For these reasons, Apollo is shutting down and will stop working on June 30.
For more details, read the full story at MacRumors: https://www.macrumors.com/2023/06/28/apollo-decline-refund-option/