Apple Release Top Ten Reasons Why Apps Get Rejected

  • Sep 2014
  • Read Time: 4 Mins

As any developer can tell you, getting your app approved by Apple can be a surprisingly frustrating process. You’ve designed your application and tested it accordingly; you’ve filled out all the forms and devised your marketing campaign; you’ve crossed your i’s, dotted your t’s, and bought that celebratory bottle of Veuve Clicquot. And yet, a few days after you’ve submitted your product to Apple, you receive that heart-breaking, dreaded response: ‘Apple is sorry to inform you that...’

This week, however, Apple has decided to make it a little easier on all you budding app developers out there. For the first time, Apple has released a list of the top ten reasons why they are likely to reject an app submission. We’ve decided to print the list in full below.

screen-shot-2014-08-31-at-12-25-21 To find out more about submitting your app to Apple, read here.

Nathan Fagan

As our in-house media production professional, Nathan’s primary responsibility is to produce and create high-quality video content for our clients. Alongside his role at Big Dog, Nathan is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and editor. His 2015 short documentary, 'Fallen Bird', won the Audience Award for Best Short Documentary at the IFI Documentary festival and screened at numerous Irish and international festivals. He has just completed his latest documentary, 'Hum'.

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