Weekly Subscription News: Augmented Reality, All Access and Ad Blockers

Featuring Amazon, Netflix, Facebook, Apple TV+, GoPro and Porsche

SVOD, App Store fees and augmented reality made the subscription news headlines this week. Amazon and Netflix lead streaming video on demand platforms for the most new releases, Facebook reports that Apple rejected its attempt to tell users about App Store fees, and Apple TV+ will offer augmented reality content as a bonus. Also this week, Xbox will triple the number of countries where All Access will be available, Porsche expands its subscription into new North American markets, and GoPro launches a live streaming service for Plus subscribers.

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