Apple’s enigmatic approval process is questioned many times, especially when apps get rejected for menu glitches and when apps don’t get rejected when they are clearly ripoffs and/or copies of other products. To prove how weird the approval process is, let’s take a look at a new game that just recently came out called “DS Double Sys”.
The developer is charging $4.99 for the DS right on your iPhone, right? So cheap, iPhone is now better than DS, etc. Say whatever you want, but it doesn’t stop there. The game is included with 2 mini-games, that’s right, a whole 2 minigames. Each one is said to be so boring and uninteresting that it’s absolutely worth the price (please note my sarcasm). It’s just a wonder how these types of apps get approved while other noteworthy ones like A.D.D. are rejected for minor issues.
This app is almost as bad as Khalid Shaikh, and again questions Apple’s approval process. To summarize my whole blurb, don’t get this app and don’t expect any updates if you do.