Suppose you strictly followed our manual on how to publish our app on Play Store and made no errors. In that case, your product successfully passes moderation and becomes available for users to download. However, in reality, you might not receive approval. You might get your Google Play app rejected for the following reasons:
- data and privacy breach;
- duplicate content;
- the presence of bugs;
- false info in your app rating questionnaire;
- inappropriate content;
- UI doesn’t meet Google’s guidelines;
- malware in your code;
- app cracks.
There are other reasons why your application may be rejected, but these are the main ones. Moderation of products that are placed in the Android store combines both manual and automatic verification. The only way to make Google Play Store submission successful is to eliminate all these shortcomings. Carefully study the reason why your product did not pass moderation, and take it seriously to get rid of it. No need to try to trick the store by releasing the same stuff under a different app.
If you were rejected due to a false app rating, you have the opportunity to re-fill the questionnaire, providing the correct data. Work on the design, interface, and bugs if problems are found in these areas. Test the product until it works perfectly from a technical point of view. Moreover, you should be extremely careful if you were denied due to a data and privacy breach. Be sure to strengthen the defenses so as not to put your customers at risk, as the consequences of such negligence can be disastrous.