Some tips that will help your application get accepted by Apple

To be sure your app will be validated by Apple you have some things to know (for Android’s Google Play there is no validation, so it’s easier):

  • All your pages have to be filled out with content. Please be sure you have no empty pages. If you have a news feature for example, enter one news, and with a picture it would even be better.
  • Content: no explicit, offensive, racist, radical, etc. contents in your apps!
  • Design: please choose cool colours with complementarity (colours with complementary relationship). If you don’t really know how to find colours with complementarity you can use But no rainbow apps, please don’t.
  • Features: Apple want useful apps. So don’t create apps with only one or two features. And enter relevant content with multimedia items (videos, images, etc)
  • Write a good description of your app. You have to explain what the users would be able to find in your application, and why they have to download it. (250 characters minimum).
  • Never talk about other platforms in your app! Apple doesn’t want you to talk about Android or Google Play, or Samsung in apps that are on the Apple App Store. Even if there is a logo, or an image about an Apple competitor, your app will be rejected.
  • If there is an account registration tab in your app, or part of your app is blocked with the Padlock feature, be sure to provide test credentials to Apple in the “Demo” fields on iTunes Connect. If we have to publish the app under your developer account, you need to send these credentials to us prior to publishing your app. To know how to create test account, take a look to the Padlock feature article.
  • Never use test content in your app, like “Lorem Ipsum” content or “test”, “demo”, etc. Apple refuses apps that are not finished, and/or apps for testing or demo.
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