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maverick96
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03/12/15 08:33 PM (4 years ago)

App rejection 10.6

Just received the following rejection:

10.6 Details

We noticed several issues in your app that contribute to a lower quality user experience than Apple users expect, such as:

- Your app did not integrate with iOS features.

- Your app did not include iOS features. App Store apps should use native iOS buttons and include iOS features other than just web views, Push Notifications, or sharing.

I have a launch screen, eula, BT menu button screen, several BT simple menu lists, and several custom HTML screens with links included. Any tricks/suggestions on getting it approved?

Thanks!
 
CMCOFFEE
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03/12/15 08:45 PM (4 years ago)
You can add alot of different plugins to make it not feel like a "web app".Adding a quiz, maps,ability to call,timer,checklist,etc.
 
mutzy
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03/13/15 06:25 AM (4 years ago)
Unfortunately this is common. If your app is mostly a bunch of html files it will often get rejected since it's just a website in an app. You need to add more functionality as CMCoffee said above.

Josh
 
maverick96
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03/13/15 08:03 AM (4 years ago)
Ok. I looked at a few things and will probably add a quiz along with a chat room option. Was trying to keep it simple but I understand! Thanks!
 
Susan Metoxen
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03/13/15 08:43 PM (4 years ago)
I think the quiz and the maps add a lot of flair to the apps as well.
 

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