Editor’s note: This was written by Kayla Matthews, a freelance writer focusing on technology and online media. You can find more of her work on VentureBeat, MakeUseOf, Motherboard and Gear Diary. 

The mobile smartphone application industry has been growing in China, and the market for apps in the country has huge potential. Besides fierce competition, companies and entrepreneurs that offer mobile apps in China also face challenges related to government regulations.

China has been making an effort recently to further regulate Internet content, and a recent part of that effort includes an inquiry into Apple’s app store content.

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