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Apple provides an RSS you can subscribe to. You can find it by doing the following: Go to iTunes Connect and log in Go to Manage your Apps and select the App you're interested in Under Links, in the App Information section, you'll find the Customer Reviews Opening it will display all of the customer reviews, filtered by country. Alongside the combo box to ...
Reviews on the Mac App Store and iOS App Store will never show up right away. Reviews are first reviewed, to avoid spam comments and reviews with offensive material. Your review will show up once it is reviewed and approved (assuming your review is free of offensive language and is not spam or some other nonsense). Bear in mind, too, that reviewing an App ...
You can share apps you develop by means of Ad-Hoc distribution. This involves adding the UDID of their device to your developer account (and consequently a provisioning profile) which lets you install the app on devices outside of the App Store. For more information on Ad-Hoc distribution, see: ...
This is not possible (at least not currently). When the iOS App Store is opened, it will either open up the default page, which is the Featured tab, or the last viewed page, if it was previously recently opened. Perhaps you can suggest that the Updates tab should become the default tab if there are any pending updates, on Apple's iPhone feedback page. ...
Not something I've actually tried, but how about sign out on iTunes [store menu], then use the store as an anonymous customer? That might let you see the pricing.
There should be a button to generate a code that allows you to download the app from the App Store for free somewhere in the developer panel.
Some apps will continue the download verification and the unpacking and Installation process after the download shows to be done, leading to the wheel continuing to spin till the process is completed.
As noted in a PDF released by Apple, there is a java tool to export the data from iTunes connect. This is to compensate the absence of API for iTunesConnect.
If you prefer an email to RSS you can check out Appbot.co. I am in no way affiliated with them but have found it useful. I get a daily email that has a summary and then each of the reviews grouped by store. I also get a weekly email that shows all the apps I've signed up for in one email with a summary of how they are doing week over week in terms of ...
I'm assuming you are talking about iTunes. If so, Appple support has details on how to configure your account with no associated payment method: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2534
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