1000+ Molinker apps get the chop from iTunes store
Apple have pulled the plug on over 1000 apps by developer Molinker, after it discovered the company were submitting faked 5-star reviews to the iTunes App store.
iPhoneography were the first to pick up on the suspiciously gushing reviews, noting repeated grammatical errors across each post as a dead giveaway. They contacted Apple’s Phil Schiller, who ordered the offending apps be removed.
In a statement, Schiller confirmed: “This developer’s apps have been removed from the App Store and their ratings no longer appear either.”
While the App Store may be 1000+ apps lighter, its good to see Schiller and Apple closing in on App Store cheats. Remember folks, it’s quality not quantity that matters.
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why is Molinker back?????
They just changed the name to Feng and changed the icon name and app theme. All the content is exactly the same, why does Apple allow them back after what they did before???