If you’ve ever developed an app for iOS platform and have been rejected, then this is something you’ll need to go through. The Cupertino company recently posted out a list stating the top 10 reason why it reject apps so if your apps have been constantly rejected or if you even plan on writing apps for the App Store, it’s worth a look.
“Before you develop your app, it’s important to become familiar with the technical, content, and design criteria that we use to review all apps.”
When you submit an app, it’s important to check everything throughly to make sure that there are no bugs, no broken links and everything must function as per the description. Misleading apps will definitely be rejected, and if you submit too many similar apps, you’ll risk getting rejected as well.
The listed provided by Apple is the top 10 reasons for app rejections during the 7-day period ending 28 August 2014. The most common (14%) mistake how developers tend to give too little information about their apps, followed by apps that display bugs (8%) – Apple notes that any app that exhibit bugs will be rejected. The list goes on state that apps that do not comply with the terms in the Developer Program License Agreement will be rejected too (6%). The full list is as follows:
Visit Apple to find out more about its common app rejections