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IOS app review for more than a month

I am an indie game developer. First I submit IOS game for review, but there is no result from Apple and it has been more than a month. Luckily, the Android version now is available to download in GoogleStore.

What about your app? How long did it take to be on the store or to be rejected?

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Figure 2 to 3 months.
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I need to be patient

Thanks for the reply. Maybe I should have a try on Amazon Store. But have to learn its paying system first. Time is always not enough for an indie game developer.

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So far.

All the developers I know go with the Google and Apple app stores. My Amazon comment was not to send you to their app store system but about how many today want things now.

Long ago you got your apps from a computer store on tape, diskettes, cartridges, discs and such. To publish back then took months and getting your game or app out was on the order of months to years.

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You just remind me of Amazon app store. It's really the third way to go.

I bought books form Amazon and received them only in a half day, faster the service, more the user and better the business. Comparing past and present, change is the only constant in life.

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