Thorough testing of your iOS App – before it is submitted to the App Store – is a great way to avoid App Store rejection.

Apple’s own Common App Rejections page lists the most common reasons for an iOS App to be rejected when submitted to the App Store and Apple provide a set of App Store Review Guidelines.

In terms of iOS App Testing, the following reasons are likely to be found during testing and, once fixed by the developers, your iOS app would be ready to be submitted to the App Store.

  • Crashes and bugs
  • Broken Links
  • Placeholder Content
  • Substandard User Interface

Issues such as these are likely to be found during the following testing types:

  • Functional Testing
  • Device Range Testing
  • Exploratory Testing
  • End-to-End Testing
  • UX/Usability Testing
  • Performance Testing

My iOS App Testing page details all the iOS App Testing services I provide.