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Windows Store App Release 1 failed certification? RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hi,

    I have submitted my app to store, but certification failied. Microsoft has send to me a mail. Can you explain it?

    Content compliance: failed

    This test evaluates your software for content compliance with Windows Store Certification Requirements. Learn more

    Your app doesn't meet requirement 4.1. Learn more
    Your app doesn't meet requirement 6.5. Learn more

    Commons reasons why apps fail this requirement:

    • The app doesn't support at least one of the certification languages.
    • The app is functional in some of the languages it was submitted in but not all.
    • The info on the app's Description page (such as its description, features, screenshots, and so on) doesn't reflect the amount of localization in the app.
    Your app doesn't meet requirement 6.8. Learn more

    A common reason why apps fail this requirement is when one or more screenshots appear to be graphically enhanced.

    Notes from Testers:

    A:: The description of this app did not appear localized correctly to our reviewer. A:: Screenshots are required for each language the app is supported in, and those must be localized for each language you select. Note: Screenshots need to be complete, appropriate for ages 12 and under, with localized captions. B:: The app has declared access to network capabilities and no privacy statement was provided in the Description page. C:: The app has declared access to network capabilities and no privacy statement was provided in the Windows Settings Charm. B:: During the review of this app, it did not appear to be fully localized for the markets and/or languages it supports.


    Melih Şimşek / Bilkent University

    Friday, February 1, 2013 7:17 PM

Answers

  • So you have 3 issues. First question is what have you specified that you app is translated into?

    A: You need to add multiple translations for your marketplace description. Also your screenshots need to show translated text for each languages you said you support translations for.

    B: Apparently when they tested it on devices in a different language everything wasn't translated correctly

    C: You need to add a privacy policy link in the charms bar when the user brings up settings: see this post:

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13721931/windows-8-app-rejected-due-to-privacy-policy


    http://www.refractored.com


    Friday, February 1, 2013 9:05 PM