Apple Refused From Demos in Mac App Store


After the release of the second build of Mac OS X 10.6.6 Apple has also updated its Developer News portal, and now it contains few new tips for developers they should read before considering to submit their Mac apps for approval. With one of it the company confirmed that it will not accept any kind of beta, trial or demo versions of the programs in its new Store.

But for those who still want to promote demo versions of their products Apple suggests developers to hosts such versions on their own websites.

"Your website is the best place to provide demos, trial versions, or betas of your software for customers to explore. The apps you submit to be reviewed for the Mac App Store should be fully functional, retail versions of your apps."

It is still unknown how Apple will implement showing the links to developers' websites on the description pages of the App Store (in the iOS App Store such links can be found after the app's description).

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Written by SimplyMax

Friday, December 3, 2010. 16:10

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