Apollo will close down on June 30th

Christian Selig, the developer of the popular Reddit app Apollo, has announced that his app will be shutting down on June 30th due to the new pricing changes Reddit is implementing for third-party apps. Selig claims that Reddit’s pricing model is too expensive and not equitable, citing Reddit’s own revenue and user numbers as evidence. He also recorded calls with Reddit and claims that Reddit made false accusations against his company, making him lose faith in the viability of a working relationship. Selig believes that the 30-day timeline between announcement and charging is too short, and he would need at least a 90-day transition period to make the changes necessary to support the new pricing model.


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