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03-30-2012 06:48 AM
My android app got rejected due to the following error
Please fix the following issues and resubmit your application as a new release:
Items that need attention:
Change Icon apps name same as apps name on portal
1)what does this error mean?
what do they mean by app name.. (ie), is it the file name of the submitted bar file or the
name of the product ? or the sku?
2) how do i fix the error? what do they mean as icons apps name? Does it mean the image that i uploaded ? my .bar file contains an image already.
03-31-2012 05:29 AM
Your app icon (included in the app) hast to be the same icon (not the same size) of the icon you uploaded to app world as application icon.
03-31-2012 06:50 AM
03-31-2012 07:56 AM
04-02-2012 08:32 AM
The App Icon doesn't have to be the same as the Store icon, as long as they convey the same style and share the same mindset. So you don't have to create an exact upscaled version of the icon, it should however match the theme.
However, let's say if your App is called "Project XY HD" then if you use text inside your icon, it should match the App name. Calling it something like "Project" or "XY" in the icon/image itself, could cause the App to be rejected, since it doens't match the fullname (or an abbreviated version of the full name, like "Proj. XY" would) of your App. The "HD" part should also be present in the icon/image, but like with many other App, this is sometimes used in a corner or with a small banner across the icon.
The reason for this is to prevent an icon identifying your App as XZ and you App name below it calling it YZ.