Why Many Apps Aren’t Getting Approved By Apple
I found this on ModYouri.com today:
Apple has reportedly begun removing apps built from templates that pull from websites and RSS feeds without adding much functionality. Coming as it does on the heels of the recent removal of thousands of “explicit” apps and the purge of WiFi stumblers, Apple seems to be in the midst of a significant “spring cleaning” ahead of the iPad launch.
The boss of Mobile Roadie, one of the companies that provides apps made from templates as a service, had a blog post up earlier today telling about a call he had received from Apple. Michael Schneider had gotten a phone call from someone at Apple who told him that so-called ‘cookie cutter’ apps were no longer going to be acceptable on the App Store. Reportedly, the representative also said that further restrictions were going to be imposed on certain industries, and that there would be guidelines for what was acceptable and not.
Related articles by Zemanta
- Mobile Roadie Now Creates Apps For Android Ecosystem (techcrunch.com)
- Will Apple target template-based iPhone apps next? (macworld.com)