I suspect I already know the answer to this question as Apple aren't going to make it easy for people to bypass their 30% revenue stream on app sales... but here goes anyway! I've developed an app for a customer and they love it (so far so good). They were originally planning to sell it on the App Store, but are now wondering if it's possible for them to sell access to the app as part of a package. They are a visitor attraction and so would like to sell access to their venue and a few other bits and bobs bundled in the single price - one of them being their iOS app. I wondered about adding a password to the app to unlock it that behind the scenes would be authenticated with a web service (so that it can only be used once). The problem with that approach is what happens if someone changes their iPad or wants to install it on more than one device? I also wonder whether that would get through the approval process (I've had password protected apps get through before, but the reason for the protection was different in those cases). I doubt it's going to be possible to do what the customer wants and they'll have to accept that they'll need to sell it in the traditional fashion, however if anyone has any bright ideas or variations on my password thought above then I'd love to hear them. Thanks!