Apple won't let apps annoy you with their own review prompts anymore

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"Pepe Scream was rejected for violating section 1.1 of Apple's App Store Review Guidelines, which stipulates that apps can not "include content that is offensive, insensitive, upsetting, meant to disgust, or in exceptionally poor taste".

Apple started to clamp down on the persistent review prompts earlier this year with a new ratings API for developers, introduced along with the iOS 10.3 beta.

Apple prides itself on its ability to curate the App Store, in an attempt to ensure that all content available on the service meets a basic level of quality and taste.

With Today's tab, App store editors will be pushing content as part of "Daily Stories" with a new app and game featured as the App of the day along with new lists and other content.

Owing to the new update Apple will be able to grab more market in the app sector. Needless to say, App Store has affected the lives of thousands of developers and publishers globally and this big change in App Store is something everyone should take notice. Having said that, a list view in the old design had more games in the initial view. "It would be appropriate to remove the references and revise the images in your app".

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"My friend and I came up with the idea of combining shitposting with autistic screeching, so we made this just for fun", wrote the developer, who seems nice and not at all like the sort of person who would make fun of the disabled for entertainment.

What's more, there are other options out there for developers who absolutely, positively need to release an app starring Pepe the Frog - the Google Play Store is much more lax, and has plenty of content featuring the character.

The new app review guidelines stipulate that developers may no longer create their own pop-ups to ask for a rating.

Moreover with the new App tab, one can get a recommendation of new Apps varying from videos to games to photography.

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