Apple Rejects Apps With Micro-Financing Service Built In [Headlines]

Apple Rejects Apps With Micro-Financing Service Built In [Headlines]
technology

iPhone maker has started to reject any mobile application in its store that features the donation service Flattr.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 29 may 2012

Wired has a report that Apple has started to reject any mobile application in its App Store that features the donation service Flattr. The App Store gatekeeper says that the service breaks the rules as it doesn’t allow the collection of donations via a web site in Safari or an SMS. Wired

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