How to Keep Spammers Out of the App Store

The App Store has a problem, and it’s called app spam. While it’s not just Apple that’s suffering from spammer attacks, this article focuses specifically on the App Store.

App spam occurs when developers with less-than-legitimate intent push copycat or re-skinned versions of existing apps, or otherwise low-quality apps into the App Store, eluding Apple’s review process. These spammy apps…

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A curious mind and a passionate soul seeking to reflect and share learnings on life through the practice of mindfulness.

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