Thursday, September 18, 2008

How does Apple approve an iPhone application?

Remember the iPhone application called "Pull My Finger" that was rejected by Apple? As I sat pondering what was the criteria that Apple used to reject that iPhone application (and probably another few thousand) I stumbled upon this all new process flowchart on geekculture which sheds some light into this topic.



Interesting to say the least. I wonder at which stage my iPhone Application is at right now!

[Via geekculture]


3 comments:

Tame Your Technology said...

So Raj, are you able to tell us a little bit more about your app? Does it relate to this blog? Are you an experienced programmer or did you learn specially to make your app? I'd love to learn more - maybe even a feature post if you have time...

Raj said...

Hi tyt, this application that I created with my bro unfortunately doesn't relate to this blog. It is a cricket scoring application and most of the programming was learnt especially for this application. I am definitely going to post about this application - once it has been approved by Apple. Maybe in the next week or so!

BM said...

Goodluck on your app!
The chart is a lil' bit funny, Does Victor Wang's grumpiness really included lol.