Be nice. Or else.
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Oh well, that sucks. Now I don't know what to believe anymore!
Have you thought about the recently updated point 4.2 of the App Store Review Guidelines?
Your app should include features, content, and UI that elevate it beyond a repackaged website. If your app is not particularly useful, unique, or “app-like,” it doesn’t belong on the App Store.
Especially the "UI that elevate it beyond a repackaged website" would seem to be a problem, as you advertise your product with "The app will look and work exactly as it does in the mobile browser".
It seems like you're taking a big risk here, as to me it seems that according to these rules Apple is very likely to reject your app. Your customers will only notice their app being rejected after they've already bought the product and bought an Apple developer account.
There were some articles on tech news website recently about these updated rules, and similar app generation services having to shut down. I'm just curious if you have found a way around this.
Thanks! I'll try this too.
I have serious issues with High Sierra on my macbook pro. Ever so often it freezes everything for about a minute. The biggest problem I have is the fact that I can't use external monitors anymore, as the computer will completely freeze after about 20-30 minutes and I have force reboot the laptop.
All applications work fine though, it's just the OS itself which is buggy for me.
I don't think so: https://fonts.google.com/license/productsans
Elon bought it back from them a week ago
I can't even scroll at all using my trackpad in Chrome.
Be nice. Or else.
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