App Store development is full of risks, and one risk that eventually bites every developer is an App Store rejection. Today we talk about some recent high profile app rejections that have become public and consider how we should react when we (inevitably) face our own App Store rejection. Should we go public? Should we negotiate with Apple privately? Should we appeal? What’s the best way to keep our apps available and avoid burning bridges with Apple?
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Show Notes & Links
- Congratulations on Your Opinion by Stu Maschwitz
- Launcher Followup and Thoughts on the App Store Review System by Greg Gardner of Cromulent Labs
- Apple’s ‘unwritten rules’ spark discontent for some app developers – The Guardian’s overview of recent App Store rejections
- Regarding the Latest App Store Rejections – Joe’s take on the recent rash of rejections
- App Store Review Guidelines