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Kripesh drops by our YouTube channel to give us detailed discussions on the things which can get apps suspended, so we can avoid these.
- Using copyrighted content – apps which downloads movies or songs without appropriate permissions are examples of these.
- Using trademark names – do not use brands which does not belong to you, if there is a need to use them, use them properly. Instead of using Instagram Editor, you can change it to Editor for Instagram.
- Using web views – your apps should not look like plain websites, design it in a way that it adds value versus the website version.
- Using adult content – placing sensitive content can get your apps removed from the store.
- Content rating – if you are showing ads for 18+ audience, then rate your apps accordingly.
- Use royalty-free images – download your images from websites offering royalty-free images such as Pexels or Unsplash.
- Avoid misleading names – your app should do what it states.
- Spamming – do not use repetitive keywords in your metadata, reviews, etc. If you are targeting certain keywords for ASO, do not overdo it.
- Repetitive Content – when reskinning, do not just change the skin. Make significant changes in content, functionality, color scheme, design, UI and the like.
- Offering incentives – you cannot offer these to your users in return for a review or a rating.
A bonus tip is added for those who can stay on after #10 so stay tuned 😉
Now I run an app marketing agency where we’ve helped 28 clients get featured by Apple, 5X downloads with ASO, and get coverage on Techcrunch, Mashable, Venture Beat and other major publications. I also write about apps on The Next Web, Entrepreneur.com, and on my blog AppMasters.co.
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