Great Tips to Avoid iOS App Rejection From App Store

Great Tips to Avoid iOS App Rejection From App Store

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Great Tips to Avoid iOS App Rejection From App Store

on iOS Developers at Mar 11, 2019 14:53

Several iOS app development companies are in race to gain a competitive edge in such crowded market. Well, it’s true that submitting your app to the Apple App Store and to get it published is the last and probably the scariest task you need to complete.  What if your iOS app gets rejected?  Don’t worry! There is a fix for everything. Know Tips to Avoid iOS App Rejection From App Store

Re: Great Tips to Avoid iOS App Rejection From App Store

on iOS Developers at Mar 12, 2019 06:46

There's no denying the fact that a properly-planned investment in ASO marketing is vital to overcoming the fear of app rejection. Taking the same thought forward, here is our 70 Points Apple App Store Submission Checklist that you should follow.
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Re: Great Tips to Avoid iOS App Rejection From App Store

on iOS Developers at Mar 14, 2019 13:34

Apple is very strict nowadays. So don't buy paid reviews to your app. It will badly affect your app. Choose any good review exchange site.
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