App bundles make it easy for customers to buy up to 10 of your apps in a single purchase. And now, you can create app bundles for Mac apps or free apps that offer an auto-renewable subscription to access all apps in the bundle. Learn how to set up app bundles and effectively market them on your App Store product page.
You can have a total of up to 10 app bundles available at any given time. An app may be included in up to three app bundles at any given time, and must also be available for individual download.
● Availability. An app bundle is available in all territories where every individual app in the bundle is available. If an app contained in a bundle is removed from sale in a particular market, the app bundle will also be removed from sale in that market.
● Pricing. Paid app bundles must offer a discount compared to the separate purchase price of the individual apps in the bundle. Paid apps and free apps with subscriptions cannot be bundled together.
● Subscriptions. For free apps with subscriptions, each app in the bundle must have an approved auto-renewable subscription. If a user subscribes in one app, they must be able to access all other apps in the bundle at no additional cost. Learn about offering subscriptions across multiple apps.
● Age Ratings and Bands. An app bundle is assigned the highest age rating of its component apps. For app bundles in the Kids category, if all apps within the bundle belong to the same age band, the that age band will be displayed on the bundle product page. If the apps have varying age bands, the bundle will not be assigned an age band.
● Complete My Bundle. Paid app bundles support Complete My Bundle, which credits customers for apps they’ve already purchased within a bundle. They only pay the balance for the remaining apps.
Developers can learn more about app bundles at the link below!