Apple’s Update to Guideline 4.2.6 and what it means going forward.
As you are likely now aware, Apple has amended its 4.2.6 guideline so that Mobile App Generating systems are able to publish apps and get them approved. We at Mass Mobile Apps have had detailed conversations with our Apple Rep, and have a clear understanding of what its going to take to get an App approved.
- Every App will need to have its own Developer Account – While this may be a little inconvenient – it is far better than not being able to publish apps at all. Please check out our Complete Guide to Setting up an Apple Developer Account
- Apple is still looking at diversity in design, and a good user experience – So being able to make beautiful apps with great functionality is just as important today, as it was when Apple first released their 4.2.6 guidelines. We have taken great strides in providing our re-seller partners the most flexibility in design and app creation.
- Core Functionality – Apple wants to make sure that apps have a good user experience, and that an app is more than just a bunch of website tabs. If you are building an app that has little to no functionality, you will have a hard time getting your apps approved.
Apple has always wanted to ensure that the user experience with its customers are second to none. With the updated App Store, and now the continued ability for App Building services to be able to serve Small Business Owners, Apple is ensuring that it stays competitive in the rapidly evolving Mobile Landscape.
The team at Mass Mobile Apps, continues to look at providing a platform that is productive for both Re-Sellers and Merchants alike. We are positioning our platform to be an industry leader and the Best Mobile Solution for providers and end users alike.
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