China Tech Newsletter – Sept 25, 2015

The Uber API is now available to Chinese developers. Baidu, an investor in Uber, online travel service Qyer.com and Raven Tech are its first partners.


Apple listed the top 25 Chinese apps that were infected by the XcodeGhost malware. The company says they’re “working to make it faster for developers in China to download Xcode betas.”


The crowdfunding site launched by online retailer JD.com in July 2014 announces that the total amount of funding pledged to projects on the platform has hit RMB1 billion (about US$160M).


NetEase releases Lunar Flowersits second game targeting Western audiences after Speedy Ninja, which was launched earlier this year.

Lunar Flowers is an iOS-exclusive puzzle game. It’s free to download for a limited time and then will be sold at US$0.99. There’s no paid in-game items or ads, according to the company.

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