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  • plutonash
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    Originally posted by SteveLV702 View Post
    nope i had no issues and apps were usually approved within 2 days
    Must be something new I guess.

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  • SteveLV702
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    nope i had no issues and apps were usually approved within 2 days

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  • plutonash
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    Originally posted by SteveLV702 View Post
    was me... see links in my sig
    I did find your post as it happens. Anyhoo...did you have any issues submitting to Amazon?

    Cheers

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  • SteveLV702
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    was me... see links in my sig

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  • plutonash
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Probably means the Amazon Appstore for Android - http://www.amazon.com/mobile-apps/b/...ode=2350149011
    That's right. Someone on this forum has already successfully submitted to Amazon. I will try to find who it was.

    Thanks to you both.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Probably means the Amazon Appstore for Android - http://www.amazon.com/mobile-apps/b/...ode=2350149011

    They have their own developer's program and testing requirements to add apps to their stores and work on their devices.

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  • IBxAnders
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    First and foremost - do you mean Android OR iTunes Apple?

    This is a new problem, it sounds like they are expecting HTTPS for some odd reason. Researching.

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  • plutonash
    started a topic Amazon: The app has failed the following test case...

    Amazon: The app has failed the following test case...

    After waiting what seemed an age for Amazon to accept my app for their Appstore, I received the following message:

    The app has failed the following test case: The application does not use an encrypted connection when communicating sensitive information. While monitoring the network traffic generated by the application during log in and creating a user account, the tester observed that the USER NAME, EMAIL ADDRESS, and BIRTH DATE was sent over an unencrypted connection. Steps: 1. Launch the application while monitoring network traffic. 2. Log in and/or create a user account. 3. Observe that the USER NAME, EMAIL ADDRESS, and BIRTH DATE appears in unencrypted traffic.

    Please correct the issue(s) we found with your app submission so we may continue working to get it in the Appstore.

    Could any help please?
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