So, how do you know if your app project will be accepted by Apple? First, read Apple’s App Store guidelines. Second, ask somebody with experience. We see hundreds of iPhone and iPad app ideas each month at our iPhoneAppQuotes.com and iPadApplicationQuotes.com quotesites. Some of them we (politely) decline to send to our network of mobile app developers as it is pretty clear to us the final product would probably not be accepted by Apple. Here are some common problems we see:
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Mark M. Stetler is CEO of AppMuse and its related businesses: iPhoneAppQuotes.com, iPadApplicationQuotes.com, AndroidAppDevelopmentQuotes.com, and BlackberryAppDevelopmentQuotes.com. AppMuse is the Internet's leading provider of free app development quotes from experienced, pre-screened app developers for iPhone, iPad, Android, and Blackberry smart phones.More by stetler