By the way, question. What will be improved? Because there are definitely ways to improve if you allow feedback from us. Like this one below.
The ability to purchase premium version of app within the app itself. Once purchased, app users will always be redirected to page versions with more features, without having to reconfirm purchase using purchase.html again. Examples are:
- Non-ads content tab. After in-app purchase, user will always be redirected to version of content html without ads. All original content html has ads (banner & interstitial).
- Content-rich tab. After purchase, users will always be redirected to the content html pages with extra content (e.g. free version has 5 video channels, paid version has 25 video channels).
Ultimately, the reason I am posting this because Apple once rejected my apps because customers always have to access "purchase.html" and which they have to go through the "you have purchased this before" message thing. The idea is to streamline purchase procedure to open access to something, preferably ability to open access to new app features, then LOCK that access so that users don't need to come back to free version of content anymore.
Hmm, the way I am saying this doesn't make sense, even to me. Hopefully you guys understood. Thank you in advance for at least considering this. Cheers...
I'm in this boat. I submitted some apps for publishing with IAP/IAB a week ago and asked that I receive help as it was my first time. Did I get it, NOPE! The app sailed right through inspection and then sailed through the App Store reviews and was published. I found out the Purchase.html page didn't work the hard way. My users sure are happy all the content is now free. My client is totally bummed she isn't making any money. So much for ROI on this app, guess I'll have to absorb the loss until the IAP works or I reconfigure the app. ;(
I wrote them a nasty-gram complaining. Did, I get a response, NOPE!
Anyone out there come up with a work around. I would certainly pay a reasonable price for an IAP/IAB page that worked.
Samuel, I understand what you are asking. I asked the same question a while back. SC replied it can't be done. They said create a second ad-free version and publish a duplicate without ads. So I did. Recently Apple removed my app from sale because it was duplicate content and called it SPAM. Apple suggested I use an In-App-Purchase to take users to the locked (ad-free) content. Apparently Apple thinks it can be done. So I vote for this upgrade.
Apps, my client said exactly what you said "seriously, a month" and "they aren't in touch with anything." I replied, "they must not have enough engineers that know what they are doing." What else could I say?