By Juli Clover, MacRumors
Popular Reddit app Apollo might not be able to operate as is in the future due to planned API pricing that Reddit is implementing.
[Apollo describes itself as “a beautiful, native iOS design, smooth, customizable gestures, fast loading pages, a supercharged Media Viewer experience.”]
Apollo developer Christian Selig was told Wednesday that Reddit plans to charge $12,000 for 50 million API requests. Last month, Apollo made seven billion requests, which would mean Selig would need to pay $1.7 million per month or $20 million per year to Reddit to keep the app running.
Read the full story at MacRumors: https://www.macrumors.com/2023/05/31/reddit-api-changes-pricing-apollo/
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