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[iphonesb] Re: Rejection because apps contain keywords SQA Solution Fri Sep 18 15:01:27 2009

Apple App Store Rejections

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On Sep 17, 4:06 pm, borked <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On 13-09-2009, borked kindly wrote:
> > After two weeks I got the rejection email because I used my competitors
> >app names as keywords. Of course they use my app name as keywords too,
> >since it's made of common words. Actually, if you enter the name of my app
> >in iTunes, you get my competitors first.
> > Okay, just a few hours ago I got the dreaded:
> > "Your application, Clean My Screen - 1.5, is requiring unexpected
> >additional time for review. We apologize for the delay, and will update
> >you with further status as soon as we are able.
> > Thank you for your patience."
> > Twice, also for the new Lite version of my app.
> > So now I'm in AppStore limbo. Anybody has an idea how long this is going
> >to take? Weeks? Months? Years?
> Well, it turned out to be only a few days. Today, both Clean My Screen and
> Clean My Screen Lite have been approved. Total review time: 25 days with
> one rejection because of "illegal" key words.
> --
> mare
> Clean My Screenhttp://cleanmyscreen.ca- Hide quoted text -
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