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Iran's Android Market Highlights Top 6 Reasons Apps Get Rejected

Cafe Bazaar in a new report outlines a catalog of reasons why apps are mostly rejected by it for publication. Poor interface, low-quality content, and security flaws were among the main reasons
Cafe Bazaar Says Why It Rejects Apps
Cafe Bazaar Says Why It Rejects Apps

Iranian Android market Cafe Bazaar in its latest report has said why apps mostly get rejected by it for distribution. Poor interface, low-quality content, and security flaws are among the main reasons listed by the company.
In its Q3 Android Market report for the Iranian season that ended in December, Cafe Bazaar refers to poor user interface, lack of valuable content, being copycats of another app, flouting user privacy, poor performance and technical flaws plus copyright infringement.
Poor user interface tops the rejection chart accounting for 27.3% of publication refusal messages issued by the firm.
Bazaar says if an application’s interface is hard to navigate, the Android market place will not accept it for publication. It notes that two main factors are considered in this regard: whether the text displayed on the interface is illegible and the font is easy-to-read; the resolution of pictures and icons used on the interface.


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