How will users access content in your apps?
Any user can browse and watch free content (if any is available) in the apps.
Users will have access to content they purchase on the website in the apps.
Uscreen uses Single Sign-On, so it does not matter where you purchase access.
You can login on any platform and access content included in your subscription.
**iOS ONLY: Any Paid Content = In-App Purchase
Apple won't approve apps that require paid access, but do not use the In-App Purchase. (App Store Guideline 3.1.1 In-App Purchase)
If you want iOS approved and available in the App Store, you must give users the option to purchase access in your app, as well as your website.
If you offer access through Subscriptions, Bundles, One-Time Purchases on your site, include content in All-Access Subscription and offer In-App Purchase.
Your other apps can be Sign-In Only, if you'd like.
App Subscriptions are linked to a Website Subscription for granting access and invoices. You won't be able to make changes to subscriptions used for apps.
-Type: We suggest adding a Private Subscription for apps.
-Content: App subscriptions should include access to all content (top tier).
-Duration: You can offer one app subscription for each duration (see below).
Adding In-App Subscriptions:
Changing In-App Subscriptions:
Revenue Share is required by each platform: Apple, Google, Amazon, Roku.
It's like a Service Fee you pay to to distribute your app.
You'll share part of all earnings from subscriptions purchased in the app.
In-App Subscriptions & Payments are managed by the platform, not Uscreen.
You'll be paid directly by Apple, Google, Amazon, & Roku.