Voice Answear’s refused by Apple but not by Android !?!

Posted: March 17, 2012 in Technology
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We found that your app does not comply with the Guidelines for Using Apple’s Trademarks and Copyrights, as required by the App Store Review Guidelines.

Apps that relate to Siri are not in compliance with the App Store Review Guidelines as Siri is an Apple product, and therefore covered by our Trademarks and Copyrights guidelines.It would be appropriate to revise your app concept, app name, and marketing text to address these trademark issues.For app design information, check out the videos: “Getting Started video: The Ingredients of Great iPhone Apps” and “iPhone User Interface Design,” available on the iOS Developer Center, and the iOS Human Interface Guidelines in particular, the sections, “Great iOS Apps Embrace the Platform and HI Design Principles” and “Human Interface Principles”.


Also, we found that your app includes a feature, or features, that mimic an iOS interface or behavior, which is not in compliance with the App Store Review Guidelines.Specifically, the app is too similar to Siri.It would be appropriate to remove or revise these features to make them distinctly different from the iOS behaviors and interfaces to avoid causing user confusion. While the guideline specifies iPod interfaces, the spirit of the guideline includes all iOS interfaces and behaviors.


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