Mobile mapping with native browser control
scott at tactilemedia.com
Wed Aug 22 03:44:29 CDT 2012
The way your message reads, it *sounds* like they're complaining about a
(bogus) screenshot issue, not an app issue. Maybe if you change the map in
your screenshot to be something more "map-ish" than what you have now...
I realize this is absurd, but given that you've been fighting with Apple for
2 months already, maybe it's easier to try making the change rather than
arguing with them.
Tactile Media, UX Design
Recently, Ralph DiMola wrote:
> I just got rejected by the iTunes.... let's call them folks for now. I have
> been running in circles with them for 2 months now. I address one issue and
> then they find another. The performance is too slow then they try it on a
> device and it's fine. Then I address an issue and this old performance issue
> comes back and then disappears.
> The latest is I go to Google maps in a native browser window and they reject
> me for, and I quote "the map included in Screenshot_0 is not native but
> rather a web clipping from Google Maps." Now this is demonstrated in a LC
> lesson. I would think that RR would not show a demo of a stack that would be
> summarily rejected by iTunes.
> Any ideas anyone?
> Ralph DiMola
> IT Director
> Evergreen Information Services
> rdimola at evergreeninfo.net
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