We write this blog post with sincere disappointment and frustration following Apple’s App Store review team rejecting most of our Official Celebrity Calendar Apps based on the content and 16.1 of the App guideli 16.1: Apps that present excessively objectionable or crude content will be rejected.
We carried out extensive market research back in late 2012 before we created the Apps framework and built partnerships with celebrities and models for 2014 Calendar Apps. We ensured that all of the Official Calendar Apps showed no nudity or implied nudity images. We have been debating with Apples review board spending many hours on the phone to Apples head office in California and also via email.
We here at Calendar App Company wish to make sure you know that we are working extensively to defend our Celebrity Calendar App & it’s conteWe believe strongly that they are all acceptable based on other Apps acceptable images.We are also making some slight adjustments to the Celebrity Calendar Apps submitted to Apple for 2014 to give us the best chance of over rulings Apples decision..
We aim to get this resolved as soon as possible but unfortunately the target of 1st January is sadly lost thanks to Apple. The good news is that Rosie Jones, Holly Peers and the man of the moment Joey Essex have all been accepted into the App Store and ready to download. Just type their names into the App Store for iPhone and iPad versions.