Apple explains why apps get rejected from the App Store

Sep 2 2014, 8:31am CDT | by , in News | Apple

Apple explains why apps get rejected from the App Store
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Apple explains its side of the story on a new webpage called “Common App Rejections.”

Many of us have always wanted to figure out what exactly were the terms and conditions followed by the App Store when it came to submission of apps. This had remained a mystery for a very long time and the question was why some apps get rejected while others don’t? Some developers do feel angry when they see Apple letting in some clones and rip-offs and rejecting some original work. Apple has tried to explain its side of the story through its new webpage called “Common App Rejections.”

Apple says on the page, “Before you develop your app, it’s important to become familiar with the technical, content, and design criteria that we use to review all apps.” It was revealed at the WWDC event of this year that the app store is house to 1.2 million apps and the huge volume of low quality titles in the top charts is quite surprising because as far as we know, Apple is very strict when it comes to evaluating the content of new apps. In the statement below, Apple has clearly explained what it wants from the developers;

“If some features require signing in, provide a valid demo account username and password. If there are special configurations to set, include the specifics. If features require an environment that is hard to replicate or require specific hardware, be prepared to provide a demo video or the hardware.”

source: apple

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