Thursday, 04 March, 2021


Apple takes its new App Store appeals process live

Russian lawmaker tries to curb mobile app payouts for Apple and Google Apple Adjusts Its App Review Process Ever-So-Slightly - Thurrott.com
Melba Vasquez | 02 September, 2020, 03:13

Apple's App Store policies have been garnering a lot of attention these past couple of months, and Apple's team has been fighting tooth and nail to maintain the integrity of the App Store guidelines and economy.

As promised back at WWDC, Apple is now allowing developers to challenge App Store rules.

Apple today, posted a message saying that its app review team will no longer hold up important bug-fix updates to already-published apps when those apps are locked up in a dispute over guidelines unrelated to the bug fix.

Apple announced the change after a discussion with Basecamp over the Hey email application. "We also encourage you to submit your App Store and Apple development platform suggestions so we can continue to improve experiences for the developer community".

In the statement made by Apple, it is stated that rule violations will not delay updates; However, it was stated that the developers should also eliminate these violations until the next update deliveries. Till now, if an app was already on the App Store and ended up violating the store guidelines, Apple would block its developer from pushing any update unless and until the guideline issue was fixed first. And now, in addition to appealing decisions about whether an app violates guidelines, you can suggest changes to the guidelines.

The two companies eventually reached a compromise: Basecamp could allow users to sign up via the iOS app and then have those users transition to a paid account on the web.

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"Presently like never before, we ought to have the choice to help individuals comprehend where cash they plan for private companies goes", a Facebook representative disclosed to FOX Business on Friday.

According to Apple, some of the most common reasons developers get their apps rejected include incomplete information, inaccurate screenshots, and bugs - but maybe no in-app purchases and telling people about the 30% cut should be added to that list.

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