Facebook gaming app is again rejected by Apple and currently not able to move on the App store. They suggested the new app is giving access to casual games for the users but they don’t want to.
Also, it is against the boundaries of Apple storefront that is iOS APP Store and that’s why the iPhone company is ignoring it for the fifth time. They state, ‘rules that prohibit apps with the main purpose of distributing casual games’.
Does Facebook New Gaming App compete Twitch?
First of all, we have to understand about this application and know what this is all about. It focuses on the capacity to stream games towards facebook and in that way it compete all other gaming apps that are streaming out there.
So, it will be a competitor to Twitch too. The limitations in the selection of some offline games like Uno and Words with friends. Another problem stated by apple is that, the company also taking 15-30% cut on products.
Other reasons for rejecting new gaming application
This is further away from the first run through Apple was scrutinized for its strategies and the cut it has from the creators of the applications.
On the off chance that Facebook Gaming gives an approach to clients of iPad and iPhone to get to the customer facing facade that Facebook new gaming app works, oversees, and possesses, however is outside the edges of the biological system of Apple, it cuts Apple from the image.
Moreover, it is essential to uncover, as news sources like Business Insider would call attention to, that the kind of games that the application offers are likewise the “bread and butter” of the App Store, since gaming is the essential driving interest of the list.
Comparative applications brought down are additionally present. For example, an email application. David Heinemeier Hansson, Basecamp CTO and prime supporter have spoken, “Apple simply multiplied down on their dismissal of Hey’s capacity to give bug fixes and new highlights, except if we submit to their crazy interest of 15-30% of our income. We’re informed that except if we go along, they’ll expel the application.”
Facebook’s representative declined to remark on the issue, and Apple still can’t seem to discharge their announcement.
The dismissals are after the Section 3.1.1 of the rules of the App Store, demonstrating that application designers should utilize the in-application installment framework should they offer administrations that are paid. These are contended upon by applications tested by this arrangement, including Spotify and Netflix