Aug 23

Apple rejected a new app from the App Store. You probably think that’s nothing new, but the reason for rejecting this app from the App Store is one we have not seen before. Apple rejected a update for the application Read It Later because, “they require customers to register with personal information without providing account-based features”. What does this actually mean and why is it not allowed by Apple? Luckily Apple send Weiner “the creator of the app” a email “after the break” with a little more explanation. » Apple Will Reject Apps That Require User Registration First?

Aug 10

volumesnapThe developer “tap tap tap” created a update for their popular camera app called Camera+. The update they submitted to their application was called VolumeSnap, this function allows you to take a photo simply by hitting the volume buttons. Sounds like a cool and easy to use function to me, but Apple did not agree. Apple rejected the update because they used the iPhone volume buttons in a non-standard way. » Camera+ VolumeSnap-Function Rejected By Apple

Nov 13

ravensword_knight_smallLogoMany many people are waiting for the game Ravensword to be released. The Unity engine seems to be able to deliver a highly detailed game. However, the developers of the game got bad news. Ravensword has been rejected by Apple because of some API’s which exists inside of all Unity games. » “Ravensword” Rejected By Apple