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  • AppStore Rejection Letters are Not Public Info
    With the recent string of AppStore rejections devs of apps like Podcaster have been posting the typically flimsy rejection reasons given by Apple. It appears Apple doesn't like the bad press they have received because of this and now have made it clear the contents of Apple rejection letters may not be shared with a new line in the letters:

    "THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS MESSAGE IS UNDER NON-DISCLOSURE"

    While it is not totally clear whether or not the original NDA that developers are required to sign covers these rejection letters there is no doubt now that if your app is rejected from the AppStore Apple expects you to keep quite and not share the details. You don't want to feel the wrath of Apple do you?

    [via macrumors]
    This article was originally published in forum thread: AppStore Rejection Letters are Not Public Info started by Cody Overcash View original post