“Jim Barcus, president of DigitalJukeBox.com and DJBApps — a company that makes smartphone apps for commercial radio stations — says Apple has started (as of Nov. 10th) rejecting ‘all’ single-station iPhone apps in favor of radio apps that only feature ‘hundreds’ of stations, saying that Apple told him they equated the single-station apps with ‘fart apps'” and considered them a form of ‘spamming’ the App Store,” MacNN reports.
“However, dozens of single-station radio apps remain on the App Store and the company does not appear to be removing any existing apps, making it unclear if this is a real policy change at the App Store — or if the company is referring specifically to Barcus’ products only,” MacNN reports.
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