Apple Asks Devs What They Want In App Store

Apple has been making a strong push as of late to make things easier on developers looking to publish in the App Store. Now Apple is showing that they take developers’ opinions of their store seriously by polling them for their level of satisfaction. The surveys are lengthy and covers a wide range of App Store-related subjects, but mostly about the application review process.

A few of the questions on the survey include:

Please rate your level of satisfaction with each of the following aspects of the Application submission process (using iTunes Connect).

Please rate your level of satisfaction with each of the following aspects of the application review process (using iTunes Connect).

Please rate your level of satisfaction with the length of time it takes to get updates available on the App Store.

Possible answers include: “Very dissatisfied,” “Somewhat dissatisfied,” “Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied,” “Somewhat satisfied,” “Very satisfied,” or “Don’t know.”

Possibly one of the most interesting questions they ask is What one thing could Apple do to make the iPhone Developer Program better?”, with a text box underneath it that they can write whatever they want in.

[via TechCrunch]

 

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