One evening I was pushing an iOS app update to iTunes Connect. Somehow I have accidentally entered word “android” in release notes text box and it was… censored?!
In this article I will focus on Windows 8 Metro app publishing to Windows Store. At the end of the article you’ll find a screencast of whole publishing process. Before we can start there are several things that you must already have: Windows Store developer license; Fully developed and tested app; Additionally test your app with the Windows App Certification Kit; Test your app if looks alright in the snapped and fill view states. You can’t disable or turn off snapped view for your app. The fastest workaround is to show some static image or logo when your app is snapped; Go one more time through Windows 8 app certification requirements and check if your app meets requirements