Alleged Apple App Store scammer AmpMe lowers prices and says it’ll investigate its ‘consultants’

Alleged Apple App Store scammer AmpMe lowers prices and says it’ll investigate its ‘consultants’

January 13, 2022 0 By Sean Hollister

AmpMe isn’t a brand-new app that popped up just to scam unsuspecting users out of their money. See the photo atop this post? That’s from 2015, when we first covered the idea: an app that can sync up a room full of smartphones into a single gigantic speaker with no fees in sight. But as App Store scam hunter Kosta Eleftheriou points out, the app looks seriously shady more than six years later — if you downloaded it yesterday, it would immediately try to sell you on a $9.99 a week automatic recurring subscription. That’s $520 a year, an incredible sum if you pull it out as a party trick and then forget to cancel.

AppFigures estimates the app has raked in $13 million since 2018.

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