This application was submitted to the AppStore March 30, and unfortunately, AFTER 77 DAYS (as of this posting), Apple has still not approved it, made it available on the AppStore, or even reported why there is a delay, or what the developers can do to resolve the problem and get the application in the hands of the millions of FirstClass users worldwide.
This is worse than having the application rejected for some specific reason. We are now well into the third month of Apple delays, and it is very frustrating to the users to have such a great mobile application available from the developer, only to have Apple sit on it without replying to any emails as to what the holdup could possibly be.
It would seem that with Apple holding all the playable cards here, they are extending their reach to control the applications, rejecting or delaying any applications that are not in Apple's best business interests, while not making these review policies transparent, and not even providing feedback (months later) to the developers on why their application is rejected, or even if it has been rejected. iPhone developers are being left frustrated, and disillusioned.
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