Since the release of iOS 8, Apple has implenented many more reasons to reject your app application. In this post, we’ll go over the reason termed “user registration”.
Article 17.5 of Apple’s App Store Review Guidelines provides grounds for rejection that have existed for some time. The article reads as follows:
Update as of iOS 11: Apple has deleted that section, but there’s a small text section that maintains the same thing.
As a second and last step, you’ll be asked to customize this service and imput the type of data that your application collects.
About third party account systems
If you have a login system in place that uses Facebook or Twitter you can dislcose so with our built in extensions as well.
Direct registration plus Facebook
- + Facebook: If your users are able to log in with their Facebook account you must disclose that with the “Access to the Facebook account” service;
- + You’ll also want to disclose that you make them log in via the “Facebook Authentication” service.
Other third parties
If you use Twitter or other auth (=OAuth) services for user management, then add the respective service while keeping the “Direct registration” in place.