Dating gift guidelines
Today Apple once again updated the App Store Review Guidelines.
It’s been 6 months since the last update, and the recent i OS 9.3 release added several new developer APIs; so this update was not unexpected.
If you can, buy your jewelry from TC Jewfolk’s store so we get a percentage (4-10%) of your Valentine’s Day love. We’re a people of hand gestures and loud talking – we want a card that screams I love you! I can only write about what I know, as a straight female Jewess.
We’ve picked out a few pieces we think she’ll like. Other big things (like large bouquets or helium teddy bear balloons) are also good ideas.
It doesn’t have to be elaborate, or even cost anything.
Also a new requirement on Human Subject Research says that the research should have approval from an independant ethics review board.
After the Spring Forward media event earlier this week Apple has updated the App Store Review Guidelines with a few changes to the Health Kit so that it also mentions Research Kit and there is a new paragraph on Apple Pay recurring payments.
And right after the keynote ended the App Store Review Guidelines were also updated. This post will not include a diff showing what changed since the last update in April since basically The guiding principle of the App Store is simple - we want to provide a safe experience for users to get apps and a great opportunity for all developers to be successful.
We have updated the App Review Guidelines with that principle in mind.