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The app to find applications AppGratis has been removed by Apple from its AppStore . Apparently the reason was a clause that allows Apple reject any app that advocates or promotes the sale of third-party applications .
This explanation, however, has been rejected by the CEO of AppGratis , Simon Dawlat. The French company’s management says that changes in the admission policy AppStore refer to applications consisting of low-quality imitations, but did not specify the reason for the withdrawal.
The recommended ban already affected third AppShopper information, an application similar to AppGratis. Other possibilities are that Apple remove the app because it locks because of their latest updates, or they use a private API. In this case, the developer would have to submit a new version to return to the App Store, reports resources .
AppGratis is based on finding deals at third in exchange for half the profits from the application offered. With seven million users and 500,000 downloads for a single application, billed in January 10.40 million.
For now, users who have already downloaded AppGratis your iPhone or iPad may continue to use the application,one of the most used in the App Store . This suggests that the app could be readmitted to the AppStore in the future if you make some changes. AppGratis still available to Android users.