There should be an image here!Personally I think this is just awesome. Not that developer’s hard work is turning up bogus with app rejections, rather seeing a site actually working to track what is being rejected. Even more exciting is when a post shares some of the reasons why this might be happening.

I have been to the site and I must say, it is rather simple. Nothing too complicated, but I’ll say this much. When you read those posts, you know someone had to be hurting when they received that rejection notice. Because something that I think so many of us fail to realize is that one person’s app is another person’s blood, sweat and tears.

As the above article points out, the site in question really proves to be a tool that can be used to demonstrate what is not going to fly and what is. This is especially true when the changes requested by Apple are nearly impossible to do.