App reviews at Apple: understaffed, filtering tons of garbage apps
0. phoneArena 05 Jul 2012, 06:49 posted on
Apple’s mobile ecosystem is probably best known for being tightly controlled by Apple itself so no junk gets in it, and so far it has worked mostly good…
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2. joaolx (Posts: 364; Member since: 16 Aug 2011)
Both Stores are riddled with garbage apps. But the difference is that you will find many apps doing the same thing in the play store. Both have they're problems.
6. Stuntman (Posts: 830; Member since: 01 Aug 2011)
I would prefer to decide which of the very similar apps I want to use instead of someone not allowing me to choose something they don't think I need. I've seen a number of apps that do pretty much the same thing, but have enough differences that make me prefer one over the others. Someone else may prefer a different app than I. Why should someone decide which one what everyone should have even if some people would have preferred a different one?
8. downphoenix (Posts: 2979; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
I think they mean duplicate apps, not just apps that are very similar. There are a lot of apps on Google Play store that are just duplicates of something else.
3. Aeires (unregistered)
What about it? Apps get pulled from the Play store whenever deemed to be in violation of the regulations set forth by Google. Contrary to what some might believe, Google does police their market, just not the walled garden approach that some other markets have.
5. andro. (Posts: 1994; Member since: 16 Sep 2011)
Its more likely that the time delay is over apple staff having "private moments" while reviewing said "adult apps"
7. Stuntman (Posts: 830; Member since: 01 Aug 2011)
If I want the cucumber, I think I'm smart enough to avoid installing something I don't want. I also think that I'm mature enough to make my own decisions regarding what is acceptable on my device without someone having to censor the options I have.