"The proof is in the pudding"
No it isn't. The proof is in the eating. The pudding can be any old rubbish, as many users of Chrome extensions will already have found out.
Apple on Monday promised to reform its app review process this summer with a way to appeal app rejections and to challenge rule legitimacy, and to allow bug fixes through without review. Coming after the outcry over the company's rejection and subsequent acceptance of Basecamp's Hey email client, Apple's failure to get a US …
Are you implying that the pudding is of equal quality to Dibblers eponymous 'Sausage-in-a-bun (contains meat with personality)'?
No mention of rejection notices at least being more clear other than some vague and arbitrary clause that doesn't mention what exactly has caused the rejection (is it a feature, function or some new rule thats suddenly come in when an update gets reviewed that gets your app rejected?).
Time as with many things will tell.
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