Weeks after Flappy Bird was pulled from the app stores, the addictive game still continues to make headlines. From wild Ebay bids to game “cheats” and app imitations, it seems nearly impossible to read industry news without running into a new Flappy Bird article. While discussing the rejection of copycat apps during TECKpert’s team meeting, we began discussing why they are being rejected and, more importantly, how one avoids getting their app rejected from an app store. We came up with a few of the most common reasons why apps are declined, but being the tech experts we are, we wanted to expand on it a little bit more.
If you’re about to submit your app to the store, this article is for you. Are you an app store veteran? We invite you to join the conversation @TECKpert and let us know about some other tips you think are useful.
How to get your mobile app accepted in app stores:
Make sure your app works on a range of devices. Thorough testing must be done ensure this.