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Jul 27 2021
In today's blog, we've previously organized the entrance to contact Apple and the operation guide of the corresponding board. Today, we'll continue to summarize the editing points of common emails such as application for accelerated review, promotion report, fine recommendation and complaint about competing products.
A common reason for developers to contact Apple for an expedited review is to protect the user experience or achieve optimal promotion, such as when a product contains bugs, has privacy risks or other hidden concerns, or is developed for a holiday.
Product bugs, risks and hazards
If the issue is a product bug, risk, etc., it needs to be reflected in the email.
If it is developed for a particular festival, it needs to reflect.
When the app is promoted through channels and activities, the download level will rise massively. In order to avoid being misunderstood by Apple, you need to report to Apple in advance. The reporting email needs to reflect.
The benefits of getting a recommendation on the App Store are not only Apple's recognition of the app, but also high exposure and downloads for the product, so it is important to write a good self-promotion letter. The self-promotion letter should reflect.
The App Store opposes any behavior that affects the ranking by abnormal means. If a competing product shows abnormal rise in ranking or surge in downloads, you can request Apple to check the corresponding product while your own product complies with Apple's rules.
The complaint letter must reflect:
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