Purchasing from an iOs App

Scott Rossi scott at tactilemedia.com
Thu Sep 8 00:45:43 EDT 2011


Recently, Chipp Walters quoted:

> Rule of thumb: If it
> looks like a URL is visible from anywhere in the app, you're better off to
> remove it prior to submission.  I haven't been able to ascertain just what
> they will let through yet, but there's a much greater likelihood that an app
> with no visible URLs will get through.  I think I'll wait with the next
> version of the app until the date picker is ready for LC on iOS.

FWIW, I have a LiveCode app in the store with 2 overt links in it, and it
was accepted first try.  I imagine the connection to something financial may
have lingered in the OP's review notes and the Apple review monkeys
continued to over-scrutinize the app.  Or maybe the wind was blowing West
that day and there was a 3/4 moon.  Who knows what the real reason was.
While I agree with your sentiment Chipp (it's a crapshoot), I'm not
convinced the simple presence of links will be immediate grounds for
rejection.

If you include links in your app to cheese manufacturers, however, you're on
your own.

Best Regards,

Scott Rossi
Creative Director
Tactile Media, UX Design






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