“Because this category of applications is often used for the purpose of infringing third party rights. We have chosen to not publish this type of application to the App Store.”
“I’m on dangerous ground here, and I know that. I’ll probably add a search feature where it’s up to the user to manually add the torrent site they want. The app will not be designed to easily break the law and I hope no one intends to do so. But if a user is determined to break the law, what business is that of mine or Apple’s? They could do the same in Safari anyway, right? “I always had the thought that if I didn’t call the app a 'torrent client,' Apple would probably let it through the review process. After all, there is no real torrenting happening on the client side. It’s *not* a torrent client. It’s an ImageShack Drive client. “Plus, I didn’t see any reason for the app to be rejected in Apple’s recently released guidelines. So, I was very careful with this release to not use the dirty word ‘torrent,’ and I’ll continue to carefully add new features, so stay tuned.”
They'll squash it, smash it, bash it, & then trash it.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
Does this specific app break their now-published review guidelines?
No? Then why the speculation?
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
It breaks the guidelines just because Steve doesn't want you to private porn :P lol
That won't fly anymore. Apple published their app guidelines after the FCC got inquisitive about possible anti-trust behavior. Now Apple will have to have to cite an violation in order to pull the app, unless they want that investigation to resume.
Suddenly.... the torrent downloads of cracked OSX goes through the roof:P
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