Apple gives thumbs up to Hey email app after update rejection

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Apple approved the update to the Hey email app after rejecting it last week.

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Apple approved an update to the Hey subscription email app over the weekend after rejecting one last week, developer Basecamp said on Monday. He came while Apple was preparing its World Developer Conference event Monday.

Basecamp tweeted that the updates had been rejected several times, as TechCrunch noted, apparently because it did not offer in-app purchases for the full service at $ 99 per year. The app also lacked functionality when downloading – you must visit the company website to register.

A more recent update, submitted by Basecamp on Monday, added a “new free option” to the iOS app to meet Apple’s requirements.

David Heinemeier Hansson, co-founder of Basecamp, tweeted about Monday’s update.

“So now, we are waiting. Can this impasse end in truth?” he wrote.

Apple’s decision also followed the European Competition Commission open a double inquiry in Apple Pay and the App Store, as well as calls from Microsoft President Brad Smith for greater antitrust control on App Store policies.

Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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