OT: iOS Policies
iowahengst at mac.com
Mon Nov 19 08:47:28 EST 2018
I’ve had an app rejected for metadata, too.
I put an app of 20 single verse poems on the store. In my description of the app I mentioned that the poems were “under development” and I looked forward to feedback and adding new verses. The rejection stated that no “beta” software can be on the app store. All I did was remove “under development” from the description and then it was accepted.
> On Nov 18, 2018, at 8:12 PM, Sannyasin Brahmanathaswami via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> Well, by setting the target to iOS 8. The apps went through. …but then
> It was rejected:
> I got a message saying that "you have unfilter access to YouTube, you must set the app for (age) 12+)
> I had it sent for age 4+
> Send for review; wait a day..
> Rejected Again!
> Guideline 2.3.10 - Performance - Accurate Metadata
> We noticed that your app or its metadata includes irrelevant third-party platform information.
> Specifically, your app includes Android references in the “app news” section.
> Referencing third-party platforms in your app or its metadata is not permitted on the App Store unless there is specific interactive functionality.
> Next Steps
> To resolve this issue, please remove all instances of this information from your app and its metadata, including the app description, promotional text, What's New info, previews, and screenshots.
> In the "App News" (which called from the server) I made the mistake of saying
> Version 1.3
> With version 1.3, we hope to have resolved some issues for Android users. The operating system is more robust. The app is less likely to quite.]
> So, if the see any reference to android, Rejected!
> Somehow that feels "just wrong" to me… I use Macs but…. "greed incarnate" keeps coming up in my word cloud
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