My video chat app submission recently got rejected, and these are the reasons they listed:
We encourage you to review your app concept and remove the functionality that randomly connects users. Users must be identifiable with a profile and have the ability to initiate and accept chat requests from other users. It is also necessary that you put all of the following precautions in place:
- Require that users agree to terms (EULA); these terms must make it clear that there is no tolerance for objectionable content or abusive users
- A method for filtering objectionable content
- A mechanism for users to flag objectionable content
- A mechanism for users to block abusive users
- The developer must act on objectionable content reports within 24 hours by removing the content and ejecting the user who provided the offending content
My question is, I thought every app uses Apple's EULA by default, so what is the first stipulation about (or is that just a reminder?)?
I downloaded a similar app called Cha Cha, which doesn't force the user to "Agree" to the EULA, I also downloaded another app called Cake, which does have the EULA when you sign up.
Should setting it to Apple's EULA good enough? If not, would putting a link to it in the description suffice?