Australia’s largest app stores, Apple, Amazon and Google, are back online.
The stores are open to users, but are not offering a refund or other refund options, according to a statement by Apple.
Google Australia said its app stores had been up and running since July 31 and that it had “received confirmation that users have been able to download the new iOS app store for iOS 9.”
The app stores’ launch came amid a wave of closures of the industry, with Apple last month pulling its popular iTunes Match service from the App Store, while Amazon, Google, and Microsoft all pulled their apps from Google Play stores and Facebook’s app store. “
While some of the app markets may not be ideal for many users, the iOS App Store is a great platform for many iOS users to access thousands of apps from the top developers, with hundreds of thousands of paid apps available for download.”
The app stores’ launch came amid a wave of closures of the industry, with Apple last month pulling its popular iTunes Match service from the App Store, while Amazon, Google, and Microsoft all pulled their apps from Google Play stores and Facebook’s app store.
It was the first time Amazon, Microsoft and Google had pulled apps from their own stores since February.
Apple has been pushing its iOS apps as a way to help users download new and updated apps for their devices.
However, the apps have been accused of slowing down Apple’s app stores as new and popular apps get installed and used on users’ devices.
Some users have complained that Apple’s iOS apps aren’t updated as often as the ones offered by Google Play or Amazon, according for example to a study by research firm eMarketer.
Google’s App Store has seen a steep decline in downloads in recent months.
It has also faced criticism from Apple for its pricing, with some users complaining that the price of the Google Play Store was too low compared to the Apple store.
“It is a big concern for us that Apple is not offering any refund options for users on iOS 9,” Google said in a blog post.
“We are also working closely with Apple to make sure our iOS app prices are reasonable, and the app prices reflect that.
If users are still experiencing issues, we are happy to provide any help we can to them.”
The App Store did not say what the reasons for the closures were, but the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has launched an investigation into the matter.
“The commission has taken a keen interest in this matter, and will be asking Apple to explain how they have determined the prices and features for the app services,” the commission said in an email.
“This could include asking for information on how many times a new app has been downloaded or how many of the apps are free or low-cost.”
The ACCC is investigating complaints from users of the Apple Store and other apps that have been downloaded on devices with no iTunes Match.
The ACCc said in July that it was investigating complaints that Apple was charging app stores “exorbitant” fees to install and use new apps on iOS devices.