Applications are changing the world, improving people’s lives, and allowing developments as you allow them to innovate in ways that were never possible before. As a result, the App Store has come into the ecosystem and is appealing to millions of advertisers and more than a billion users. We are pleased that you created applications for the App Store, whether you are a first time developer or a large team of experienced programmers, and we want to help you understand our guidelines so you can be confident that your app will get through the review. process quickly.
The Application Guide is simple — we want to provide a safe experience for users to get the materials and a great space for all developers to succeed. We do this by offering a highly customizable App Store where every app is reviewed by experts and a team of editors helping users discover new applications daily. For everything else there is always the Internet open. If the storefront template and guidelines are not ideal for an app or a good business idea, we provide Safari for an even great web experience.
On these pages you will find our latest guidelines organized into five basic sections: Security, Functional, Commercial, Design, and Legal. The App Store is constantly evolving and evolving to meet the needs of our customers and our products. Your applications should be modified and improved in order to stay on the App Store
We hope that these guidelines help you go through the Application Review process, and that the approvals and rejections are consistent throughout the process. This is a living book; new applications that introduce new requirements can lead to new rules from time to time. Maybe your application will cause this. We love this stuff too, and respect what you do. We are trying our best to create the best altar in the world for you to show off your talents and make a living, especially.
To help validate your app as easily as possible, review the common steps listed below that may slow down the review process or cause a rejection. This does not replace guidelines or certification, but making sure you can check every item on the list is a good start. If your app does not work as intended or you do not support it anymore, it will be removed from the App Store. Learn more about App Store Improvements.