|Feb 28, 2010, 07:33 PM||#1|
Offering apps that need asp.net back office for data maintenance and reports?
I am considering rewriting an existing Windows Mobile application for iPhone/iPod Touch which will need to connect to an asp.net back office/reporting tool. All data setup and reports will be done on the back office, the mobile devices are then updated via a webservice. I actually make most of the money from the back office side as that is a subscription based on the number of users/features subscribed too.
Is this an utter no-no as far as getting your application approved as Apple will not make money from the back office part?
Any input appreciated, thanks
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