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03 August 2009


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They want to know what other apps have been rejected from the App Store and why, whether there’s a list of banned apps or categories of apps, and what the standards are for considering and approving apps for iPhone.

It can be rejected one of the app store that can be standards which can be good for approving for apps iphone.

That can be provided one of the goos standards which can be approving for apps iphone that can be rejected for app store.

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it even worse that he took this project from another person and proceeded to slop his crappy writing skills all over it.

Observe the separation of the ink into different colors as water rises up the coffee filter.

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