Apple Releases App Store Guidelines, Relaxes Restrictions

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  1. News Bot

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    And finally, maybe there will be friction between jailbreakers and apple
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    I think this is good. I have noticed a lag in the new apps on the app store that might have been caused because of their restrictions. Hopefully this will speed things up and give devs working with unity or adobe a chance at the app store.
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    Finally no more crap

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    Well less crap.
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    PDF is pretty interesting if im honest, it really shows how much stuff Apple wont let into the store, and that list is rather large.
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    ROFL

    They did a good job with this one. I'm appreciative of its

    "bluntness"
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    I think they've regained my respect after this one. Fair play.
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    Hmm they were pretty bold and straight forqard in the introduct. They were practically dissin' any1 whos making apps for the first time. It sounded pretty harsh to me. o.o
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    Does this mean that gpsphone could be allowed in the app store?
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    Yeah there are tons of emoji enabling stuff aswell.

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