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Along with the app update and its more difficult purchasing process, Comixology is offering all its current users a credit as a way to get people to try the purchase workflow."For years they've been one of the highest (if not the highest) revenue app on i OS," said Rob Salkowitz, author of "Comic-Con and the Business of Pop Culture." "Removing that feature gets around Apple's fee and restrictive policies but creates extra steps for customers.
I guess they are banking on having a loyal enough audience at this point that the reward outweighs the risk," he said.
But some Yahoo customers are saying that’s easier said than done. The Bay Area retiree says as soon as he heard about the hack, he tried to change his Yahoo password.
But, Stryer, whose Yahoo account is merged with his AT&T account, hit a roadblock.
This month I produced the first So This is Basically video with a guest illustrator in quite some time, and it's on its way to being a regular thing!