Rob Weber became an entrepreneur at the age of 16 when he launched a multi-million dollar business in his basement. In 2006, he shared the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award with his twin brother Ryan. Rob is a Board Member for NativeX and an angel investor to many start-ups. He enjoys sharing his passion for entrepreneurship with others by serving on the board of non-profit Minne*, a 4,400+ member community focused on strengthening the Minnesota tech startup ecosystem.
Game developers are seeing increased enforcement of section 3.1 of Appleā€™s developer policy which states that "Apps or metadata that mentions the name of any other mobile platform will be rejected.ā€¯
Google Play's new rules prohibiting deceptive app promotion don't address the root cause: Play's discovery and monetization problems. NativeX Co-Founder Robert Weber explains how Google can do that while also helping indie Android game devs succeed.
Carrying on the tradition from last year, I wrote a few predictions for the mobile gaming market in 2014. Before we dive in, let’s do a quick recap of my 2013 predictions.
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Did they specifically reject your ...
Did they specifically reject your apps for ads having badges showing other platforms The recent 5 or so examples I have been stumbling across seem like a new level of scrutiny.