1% Rejection rate at Android Market

August 27th, 2009 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: AndroidOS | No Comments »

Android Google opened up on the Android Market approval process. From the 6000 applications that have been submitted, the company has only removed 60 of them because they where not suited for the public.

The main reasons for pulling the apps offline was either because of the adult nature or because it was potentially breaking copyrights. Unlike for the iPhone, rejections are based on flags from the community. The approval process itself is fully automated as software checks the apps for possible errors. Only when the community flags an app a couple of times, an engineer will take a look to see if the content is violating any of the rules.

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