Apple is very well known company and has standards of quality. These standards are also applicable on the apps, which are in approval process or every app should pass a test of approval before featured on the Apple App store. iOS developer should have deep knowledge and understand the process of iOS app approval as to design app which easily pass this iOS app approval test.
Apple provides complete information for the developers to keep in mind from ground before designing an app that fulfill standard of requirements of Apple. I will try to describe three main steps Submission, Guidelines and Communication
First review guidelines of Apple than start developing, when you complete your app, debugged it and test it, to check whether it perform as per your wish or not. Once your app performs well then furnish it with the entire Apple’s requirement in accurate manner; now submit it on Apple App store to review.
Apple reviews your app on the bases of the guidelines that already provide for developers. This guideline includes mobile apps, notifications, metadata, API use, data storage, design, contents, user interface, privacy issue, transactions, and legal implications much more If your app fully satisfies the criteria of this list then your app will be the part of iOS Apple App Store.
Apple provides full detail of review through a data. They gives you factors and list of reasons if app is not selected so correct and fix your mistakes and re-submit app. Communication is the key about development of your project with the Apple, note Apple’s suggestions and feed back to adjust your app.
I actively boost existing iOS developers to get a good tricky look again at the App Store Review Guidelines which provides a much more the big picture list of the dos and don’ts.
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