Apple approves "Hot Dog Down a Hallway," but rejects "15 with Soviet Leaders" for iPhone

Apple approves "Hot Dog Down a Hallway," but rejects "15 with Soviet Leaders" for iPhoneSaying yes to the "Hot Dog Down a Hallway" application for iPhone from Metaversal Studios, the maker of iPhone Apple has rejected "15 with Soviet Leaders" puzzle game of Egrev.lab.

Owner of the App Store for the iPhone and iPod Touch, Apple recently rejected an update to “Hot Dog Down a Hallway,” despite approving the earlier versions of the application for the App Store, where they were placed an age rating of nine and up.

Initially, the review team of Apple pointed out “sexual innuendo” in the "Hot Dog Down a Hallway" application, but the developer convinced the review team that the application does not contain any sexually-explicit content. Consequently after second review, Apple gave its nod to the app without changing the rating.
 
On the contrary, Egrev.lab sounds disappointed and frustrated after the rejection of its "15 with Soviet Leaders" puzzle game. Apple’s reson for rejecting the game is that it "contains content that ridicules public figures” and historical figures such as Vladimir Lenin and Mikhail Gorbachev.




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