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08/08/13 10:07 PM (9 years ago)

Getting a new apple reviewer

Have you guys got any insight into the best way to get a new app reviewer? For example, if you delete the app on itunesconnect, how long you would wait before re-submitting to maximise your chances of getting a new reviewer?
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08/09/13 12:17 AM (9 years ago)
No-one can answer this question because the reality is that no-one really knows how the review process works behind the scenes. In addition, apple reviews are almost always different and frantic. The best advice that *I* can give you is to either: 1) Appeal, if you think your rejection was unjust, the best thing you can do is appeal. Be respectful, correct spelling and grammar, please and thank you's, and explain your situation. My experience is that if you have a good case and are respectful, Apple will see it your way. 2) Add more features and content to your app, make the recommended changes they may have outlined, and do your best to make a quality app. The more time and effort you put into making it better will show your reviewer that you are making an attempt at a quality and useful app. They will appreciate the work you're putting into it to get it approved. Deleting your apps and re-submitting them, or putting them into a different account, bad idea, and for-sure they will see it the same way. Not worth losing your account when you have both legitimate options above to work from. Best of luck! David

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