Two Apple developers have previously received a refusal from Apple suggesting “inappropriate references to the COVID-19 pandemic,” followed by a green light to encourage mask wear on the sticker pack app for iOS. Given.
The beginning of this story is as follows:
There was a similar refusal. Our stickers said “wear a mask” and “wash your hands”. Approved when I deleted the text, but kept the sticker. pic.twitter.com/cFZABwwY8A
— Mark Johnson (@markjnet) November 8, 2020
Is it possible that a friendly sticker wearing a mask is an inappropriate reference to COVID-19, especially if Apple has an emoji wearing its own mask? That was the question I had in my head, so I contacted Apple yesterday.
Apple replied this morning not only The company has no rules regarding masked stickers, but both of these examples are perfectly fine. Since then, both developers have confirmed that Apple has approved the app.
Apple asked for clarification. The content has been approved because there is no problem. Depictions of masks and hand washing in our app Emoji Me Animated Faces are fine. This policy is intended for apps sold as COVID apps.
— Mark Johnson (@markjnet) November 10, 2020
It’s not clear why it was rejected in the first place, but Apple said that medical institutions and public medical institutions would “COVID” the app name and metadata (opportunists may try to display the app). He states that he is careful to write “-19”. Higher in search). Both Apple and Google have policies designed to point to apps where COVID-19 search can actually help protect yourself.
These specific apps are the * Chef’s Kiss * app and the Emoji Me Animated Faces Kids app, just in case you’re interested.
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