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Glenn Brown
Glenn Brown
575 Points

app not accepted by apple please help

I created a simple app for my church that has many buttons. Each button links to a web page. Apple said I need to include more IOS Features and not do something Safari can do. Would it work to create the same ting but use UIWEBviews for each link rather than just linking straight to the site?

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Stone Preston
Stone Preston
42,016 Points

yes. that would be a good idea to use webviews. But, they might deny it again if all the app does is display a website. you may need to add a few more features to make it work more like a native app and less like a web browser.

Marius Kildedal
Marius Kildedal
8,096 Points

An idea is to use a tab bar controller, and each "tab" viewController is a webview showing the information from the webpage.