Apple is rejecting corona virus apps on the App Store

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    Apple is now rejecting coronavirus apps on the App Store and as per the CNBC allowing only for the government agencies and health organizations.

    To prevent the spread of misinformation, Apple has been looking closely at coronavirus apps. The company not only evaluates the sources of information in the applications but also if the developer is an organization that can rely on accurate data, such as a government agency or a healthcare organization

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    So if you are not from authorized, don’t expect to publish your coronavirus app on the App Store.

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    Nirnjan Regmi
    The iMangoss founder and editor-in-chief who is so curious about iPhone / iOS and enjoys sharing some stuff of Apple Products and techs even in the busy schedule.

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