The Battle Is Officially Here

February 5, 2010
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First there were rumors about Apple using bing as their official search provider. Then there was the rant by Steve Job’s calling Google motto bs. Then Google struck back adding multi touch to the Nexus One, now this.

An iPhone developer has received a letter from Apple stating that it can not use the word “Android” in their app. In fact Apple wants to remove that word from all its apps in the app store. Idiot moves like this is the prime reason more and more people are choosing Android and this will only lead to the demise of the iPhone. Nobody wants to be under a dictatorship and that is what Apple has been. Here is a copy of the letter.

"Dear Flash of Genius, LLC,
Thank you for submitting Flash of Genius: SAT Vocab 2.2 to the App Store. During our review of your application, we found that your application contains inappropriate or irrelevant platform information in the Application Description and/or Release Notes sections.
Providing future platform compatibility plans or other general platform references are not relevant in the context of the iPhone App Store. While your application has not been rejected, it would be appropriate to remove “Finalist in Google’s Android Developer’s Challenge!” from the Application Description.
Please log into iTunes Connect to make appropriate changes to the Application Description now to avoid an interruption in the availability of Flash of Genius: SAT Vocab 2.2 on the iPhone App Store.
Regards,
iPhone Developer Program"

[via eurodroid]


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