AppSpotr resumes iOS publications to App Store

Apple has updated its guidelines for publication to the App Store, which means that one can now freely publish apps to the App Store via AppSpotr.

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According to the new guidelines, the provider of the app’s content must also be the one who publishes the app to the App Store via their own Apple Developer Account. This means that apps might have to be moved between developer accounts to be updated. Additional requirements are that preview and app testing must comply with Apple's current app testing routines.

AppSpotr will update the publication tool in accordance with Apple’s new guidelines and encourages anyone with questions to contact customer support.

Patric Bottne, CEO, AppSpotr AB 

Phone: +46 701 46 61 89 

E-mail: patric@appspotr.com

E-post: patric@appspotr.com

With AppSpotr, anyone can build native iOS and Android apps without pre-programming skills. The user easily selects the functionality it needs, customizes design and content, and then publishes the finished app to the App Store and Google Play. AppSpotr has nine employees and is based in Gothenburg, Sweden.

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