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Apple has just released a new page to remind developers of the most commonly cited reasons for app rejections.

Among these reasons Apple has also found a spot for reminding developers of the binding inclusion of a privacy policy for apps for kids: “and if you’re offering auto-renewable or free subscriptions or your app is in the Kids Category, you must also provide a link to your privacy policy.

Yet, this page should change fairly soon with the release of iOS 8, when Apple will broaden the set of apps that go from “recommended privacy policy” to “required privacy policy”. 

As iubenda has reported before the privacy policy requirements for iOS 8 will likely look like this:

  • Apps that link against HealthKit
  • Apps that link against HomeKit
  • Third party keyboards
  • Kids

So far, unsurprisingly, the Firefox OS store seems to be the most strict about including privacy policies into your apps.


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