This weekend, I received an email from a good friend of mine with a link to more media coverage of Apple, Inc.'s issues of rejecting iPhone applications without any clear guidelines or level of consistency. CNNMoney.com reports that…
This week the company faces a full-scale revolt. The issue: Apple’s summary rejection of a program on the grounds that it duplicated a function on one of its own programs.
The point of this entry is not to go into the full details of this story. I've already done that in previous posts. (The iPhone App I Had Developed, App Store Rejects My Application, & Podcasters Blacklisted From App Store)
I'm really hope that the entire new media & overall geek community will rise up and join together so that our voice can be heard in Cupertino! As I am notified of stories and blog posts about this issue, I'll do my best to come and update this blog entry. Feel free to add your own links in the comments section of this blog.
Please note, If your link does not show up by default, I'll manually go in and add the html for the link.
Here's what I have so far as of 09/15/2008
iPhone: Big trouble in the App Store
Chuqui 3.0 – Reaction to Developer Leaving the iPhone Platform
Mobility Today Application
Why iPhone is an ureliable platform
App Store I'm Out
Of Course You’ll Keep Developing For The iPhone
Podcaster Developer Uses Little-Known “Ad Hoc” Mode To Distribute Banned iPhone App
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