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Apple's Top 10 Reasons For App Rejection
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anon1866207628
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anon1866207628,
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9/3/2014 | 11:25:00 AM
Nice to have public now
Millions of apps are submited to Apple for review, this article would be very helpful to a developer who hasn't successfully submited an app before. Always good to submit Beta projects on google and then fix issues before attempting release on Apple. 

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Misty

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Gary_EL
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Gary_EL,
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9/3/2014 | 2:54:48 PM
Re: Nice to have public now
This is surely one of the reasons people are willing to pay more for Apple products. Everything is super-solid before it's released to users, so nobody is dragooned into being a volunteer beta-tester.
Michael Endler
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9/3/2014 | 7:58:11 PM
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Yeah, I was thinking something like that too, Gary. Apple keeps a tighter leash than some would like, but it generally helps ensure that the experience remains at a high level.
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zaious,
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9/3/2014 | 10:33:39 PM
A good rubrik
It is a good gesture from Apple's part to inform its app developers what was going wrong. They now know what can be the potential problem and fix them before submitting. These minor issues might have prevented many great apps from being released. It will benefit users (more apps), developers (less rejections) and reviewers (less failures while testing) -everybody wins!
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9/3/2014 | 11:01:33 PM
Re: Nice to have public now
I've noticed that many of the people I know who are some combination of non-technical, not interested in computers, and can afford to pay a lot more for convenience prefer Apple, because for many of theses folks' purposes, all you have to do is plug it in, turn it on, and get to work. Not that you can't get just as technical as you care to with Apple, but if you don't want to, you never have to.


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