A typewriter with the word Privacy Policy printed on a sheet of paper

Writing your App’s Privacy Policy

When you publish an app on the App Store, Apple requires you to provide a link to a privacy policy. You might be putting off writing this privacy policy – you might not know where to start! In this article, you’ll learn everything you need to write and publish your privacy policy today.

App privacy questions requirement starts December 8

Answering App Privacy Questions

Do you or your third-party partners collect data from this app? The terms used in these questions can be quite ambiguous, but this article will help you decipher them so that you can get back to building your app.

How I got my first iOS dev job

Getting your first job in software development seems like a tall task, but it can often be really straightforward. First – get a computer science degree at a top program. Next – work through a couple internships. Finally – interview at all the big tech companies. Follow those three steps and you’re almost guaranteed to…

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App Store Connect Yellow Banner

Is App Store Connect showing a yellow banner even after you’ve agreed to the new license agreement? It’s frustrating when you follow the steps in the banner, and come back hours later to see it still hasn’t gone away. You didn’t do the wrong thing. There’s a bug in App Store Connect that is sending…

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When do you need to report your app’s use of encryption?

What is a self-classification report? And why do I need to do it? Apple does not make it clear what you need to do, and there are many conflicting answers on Stack Overflow. In 99% of cases you probably won’t get in trouble for not submitting a report, but App Store Connect did not lie to you. You are required to submit a self-classification report.