Washington D.C.

Open Apps Market Act

The Open Apps Market Act (OAMA) is a bipartisan solution that would protect app developers from a broken app economy by opening competitive avenues and allowing third-party app stores. Through the OAMA, companies like Apple or Google would be banned from self-preferencing apps, barred from requiring payment systems run by the company itself, and would allow consumers the freedom to choose third-party apps or app Stores as defaults. By doing so, the OAMA would promote developer innovation and communication with their customers, as well as consumer freedom and choice with competitive pricing in the app marketplace.

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