Generation Foul News
June 2, 2014
On my 45th birthday, Apple approves eJuicer now eJuicer Recipes for distribution in the AppStore. It may take up to 24hrs to appear in the AppStore. Follow the link below:
May 17, 2014
Our app remains rejected based on:
2.18: Apps that encourage excessive consumption of alcohol or illegal substances, or encourage minors to consume alcohol or smoke cigarettes, will be rejected
I have filed an appeal with Apple.
April 2, 2014
Recompiled the app to reference NIC and not Nicotine. Also changed the screenshots to not reference tobacco or candy like flavors. It’s for the best. Hopefully we should know in the next 5 days if the app is accepted so that everyone can start enjoying it. It may have been easier to just make a common calculator app!
April 1, 2014
App has been rejected by apple as they feel it encourages nicotine consumption. This is ok. I support a company that stands on principle. However, there seems to be inconsistencies in their filtering as there are over 50 apps in the App Store that promote ecigs. We just got lucky I guess.
Next steps, call with apple in the next 3 business day to discuss concerns with the app. If they do not reconsider, we will need to provide a new binary that references nic instead of nicotine and removes tobacco references from the screen shots.
Please check back regularly for updates. Btw, this is not an April Fools. It is reality
March 23, 2014
eJuicer status updated to in review after an initial failed status due to invalid content rating.
March 15, 2014
Coming soon to the Apple App Store – eJuicer iPhone app for you DIY eJuice makers out there.