- Aug 1, 2010
Apps are automatically being rejected by an "AI" and this will obviously not be fail-safe. In itself a rejection isn't a problem, but it is a problem that Google doesn't tell why an app was rejected exactly and that no useful discussion about it is possible.I would also like to do my part. I have used FairEmail for many years and was (and actually still am) always satisfied. Yes, I also have the Pro version and donated now and then. But to be honest this ass kissing here gets on my nerves.
Google doesn't block and remove apps for no reason at all. They never have and they never will. Anyone who reads through the guidelines knows what is allowed and what is not. I don't want to say that Marcel is to blame, but I also don't want to say that Google is to blame. There are now times these guidelines.
And in the software industry a bad rating is not the end of the world, it should be taken as serious criticism. Who is not able to do this, is either too stupid or too ignorant. It has to be one of them.
It's his app, and it's his decision whether to stop or not, but he shouldn't present himself as the sole victim. My support mails have not been answered for days, instead I now get one or two new spam mails every now and then. I don't know him personally and I don't want to make any judgments about him, so please don't misunderstand.
I hope nevertheless with all my heart that someone else will take care of FairEmail.
I think the biggest victims are the users of the app.
I am answering all support emails, but last days were "a bit" hectic, so maybe your messages got lost in a huge pile of messages. Please ask your question again, which you can do here too.