Apple's fine line

psylichon

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So as many iPhone blogs have been reporting lately...


http://www.tuaw.com/2008/09/04/iphone-app-rejected-for-limited-utility/

... Apple has become a little ambiguous in its approval policy for the Appstore.

I understand Apple's desire to prevent the store from becoming a jokehouse of relatively useless apps. That does little to attract the businesss market they so desire.

However, they cannot deny the popularity of such frivolous Applets. The people want their Rubber Duckies and Pull My Fingers!

So what do you think? Where should Apple draw the line? What guidelines would you put in place to make the AppStore "perfect"?
 
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Kevio

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Well they looked really ignorant by letting "I am rich" through the the gates, and now they are probably just trying to make up for what they should have been doing this whole time. I'm with you. I get a kick out of useless apps, as long as they are at least entertaining. Shame on Apple for spitting on the useless app devs!
 

Owgasm

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I enjoy useless apps.
But there should be a folder for them on iTunes :)