By MacRumors Staff
API Documentation Browser 'Dash' Returns to iOS App Store As a Free Download
Last October, popular API documentation browser Dash was removed from the iOS App Store after Apple accused the app's developer, Kapeli, of fraudulent conduct involving hundreds of fake reviews. Kapeli's Apple developer account was terminated in the controversy, and with no way to sell the app on the App Store, the Dash code was subsequently made open source. However, according to a Wednesd...
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Doubt Cast on 'Dash' Developer's Defense Against Apple's Claim of Review Fraud [Updated]
Last week, popular API documentation browser Dash was removed from the App Store after Apple accused the app's developer of "fraudulent conduct," including almost 1,000 fraudulent reviews detected across two accounts and 25 apps. The two accounts were linked together by common credit card, bank account, developer ID login, and bundle ID, according to iMore. Dash developer Bogdan Popescu...
Apple Says 1,000 Fraudulent Reviews Were Detected Across Two Accounts Owned by 'Dash' Developer [Update: Developer Responds]
Last week, popular API documentation browser Dash was removed from the App Store after Apple accused Dash's developer of fraudulent conduct and claimed he manipulated App Store reviews. At the time, the developer denied the accusations and garnered the support of Dash app users who believed there had been a mix up and that he was not guilty, but Apple today provided more information to justify ...