iRate: iRate is a library to help you promote your iPhone and Mac App Store apps by prompting users to rate the app after using it for a few days. This approach is one of the best ways to get positive app reviews by targeting only regular users (who presumably like the app or they wouldn’t keep using it!).
To have a user rate your app create a Launch Native App screen, and used the following link:
itms-apps://ax.itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewContentsUserReviews? type=Purple Software&id=123456780
Solution posted on Forum by GoNorthWest, Mar. 14th, 2012
The id is the id of the app, find yours in iTunes Connect.
Free iOS apps
Have app approved on App Store.
Add iAds to menu list screens.
Enabled iAds in iTunes connect.
Only see the apple test ads?
Why don’t I see real ads?
You have enabled at least one application for iAd, but you will not be able to view the iAd Network module or set your ad preferences until you have an iAd Network Contract in effect.
But I have iAd network contract since … ?
The reviewers have to add the app and activate the app for ads. You can’t just add the iAds when your app is live on the app store, you have to enable it on iTunes connect for iAds, and re-submit it.
APRIL 05, 2012 New iPad complicates life for HTML5 developers
The new iPad offers no expanded HTML5 support, and iOS 5.1 complicates HTML5 data storage
You can’t prevent rotation on large devices from the control panel – iPads will always rotate. You could prevent this by hacking in the source. It’s an easy change in two files. Return ‘NO’ instead of ‘YES’ in the shouldAutorotateToInterfaceOrientation method. Do this in two files:
BT_Layout > BT_rotatingNavController.m BT_Layout > BT_rotatingTabBarController.m
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