A few episodes back, we mentioned in passing a change to the App Store Review Guidelines that seemed to outlaw white label apps. Turns out we aren’t the only ones that noticed this. The events industry relies on white label apps, and this change has caused quite a panic among event organizers. So today we talk about this change to the guidelines, the events industry’s response, and how we can identify and avoid similar risks that might affect our businesses.
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Show Notes and Links
- Appageddon: Will Apple’s App Store New Guidelines Trouble Event Apps? – from Event Manager Blog
- Your Event App May Become Harder to Find
- Apple goes after clones and spam on the App Store – TechCrunch
- Attendify’s take on the new App Store guidelines: Delivering customer value is all that matters – TechCrunch