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Only Apple's review staff can answer this question. Any answer offered here can only be an opinion. As the Apple's App Store guidelines stand today, the app may be accepted. However, Apple reserves the right to reject apps that carve new niches and push boundaries. Contact Apple Talk to Apple's App Store staff about how best to approach your app and how ...


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Take a look at the Do Button by ifttt https://ifttt.com/products/do/button You can create a button/recipe that sends an e-mail or sms to your significant other saying 'I'm Alive' or something. Then all you ever have to do it just tap the button and the program will do the rest :) So at most it should be 2 taps, Open App Click button to start recipe I ...


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I was having same problem for my new app - submitted a question to apple support - they replied: The In-App Purchases section of your app’s product page will contain the top In-App Purchases for the app only after a minimum purchase requisite has been reached. If the number of completed In-App Purchases doesn’t exceed the minimum threshold, this ...


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You can use Restrictions to disable the ability to purchase apps or to install any apps. To turn on Restrictions: Tap Settings > General. Tap Restrictions. Tap Enable Restrictions and create a passcode for Restrictions. Don’t forget this passcode. In the future, you'll need your Restrictions passcode to change your settings or to turn off ...


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Turns out that the Workflow (iTunes link) app can indeed do this! Workflow supports showing a workflow as a complication, with one tap to trigger that workflow. A workflow can be as simple as "using this text, send a message to this person". Putting those two together, you can have a two-tap system to send an iMessage or SMS to someone: activate the ...


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Apple has made it abundantly clear that they will reject apps for reasons that change over time. The review guidelines explicitly say - your app will be rejected if it's too similar to many other apps. So - the first person to do this might breeze through review. The 10th or 50th, not so much. The review guidelines and nature of thousands of apps means ...


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Amazon and eBay are not using In-App Purchases (IAP) to purchase their products. For instance, I have an app that allows an IAP for users to access other features of the app. The purchases are made in the app for something that is part of the app and the users are able to pay via iTunes/AppStore payment process. Amazon and eBay allow you to make purchases ...


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One press, 4 taps: Push side button Use wheel or tap spouse Tap center Tap message icon Tap canned message Message sent! Hope this helps...


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You can do this without any clicks with Siri. Make sure you have "Hey Siri" enabled and then you can do something like: Hey Siri! Tell my wife/husband I'm alive Hey Siri! Send You also have to have your spouse set in the contacts.


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The App Store Review Guidelines are clear, an app that expires will be rejected: 11.9 Apps containing content or services that expire after a limited time will be rejected, except for specific approved content (e.g. films, television programs, music, books) Contact Apple Talk to Apple's App Store staff about how best to approach your app and how to ...


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If you open the App Store page for an app and scroll to the bottom, there's a section titled "Compatibility" that will tell you what the minimum version of iOS is that the app requires. (This is not a screenshot of the OP's problem app, but rather The Infinite Arcade, which was the first app I saw.)


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The App Store shows the install size because this is the amount of storage space the user requires on the device once the app is installed. The download size is rarely useful. There is nothing you can do to change what is shown on the App Store page.



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