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How to remove app from app store?

JonathanTynan.comJonathanTynan.com Posts: 18Member
In iTunes Connect I used to be able to remove my apps from the app store, but with the site update I cannot find a button or anything.

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  • expired_012expired_012 Posts: 1,802Member
    I think they removed the option to now..probably because they want all apps to stay so they can make more money. You know apple and their greedy stategies...they'll do anything to make more cash
  • iDeveloperziDeveloperz Posts: 1,169Member
    I think it's unfair. We work our **** off whilst they are sitting there earning from our work.
  • expired_012expired_012 Posts: 1,802Member
    If angry birds got near 4,000,000 apple would have recieved 1,200,000. WOW!!
  • ShpintShpint Posts: 404Member
    There is a way to remove apps from the AppStore still.
    Log in to itunesconnect...manage applications...<click on your application>...."rights and pricing"...at the bottom there should be something about worldwide store...click on the "here" hyperlink and deselect all region.
  • expired_012expired_012 Posts: 1,802Member
    @Shpint, Yea knew that, but it doesn't feel the same as actually removing it from sale by clicking the "remove from sale" button lol

    You can also change the release date to like 2 years from now
  • A3MGA3MG Posts: 152Member
    To remove an application from sale in the App Store, click the Rights and Pricing button for your app, uncheck all App Store territories then click Save Changes. Your application state will change to Developer Removed From Sale, will no longer be for sale in the App Store and will remain off the store unless you put it up for sale again by the same method.
  • JamesZeppelinJamesZeppelin Posts: 1,927Member
    iDeveloperz said:
    I think it's unfair. We work our **** off whilst they are sitting there earning from our work.

    where would one even start with this..... oh boy
  • EastboundEastbound Posts: 1,074Member, BASIC
    JamesZeppelin said:
    where would one even start with this..... oh boy

    Haha
  • reddotincreddotinc Posts: 653Member
    JamesZeppelin said:
    where would one even start with this..... oh boy

    +1
  • dickthedevdickthedev Posts: 2Member
    iDeveloperz said:
    I think it's unfair. We work our **** off whilst they are sitting there earning from our work.

    Do you have the resources to deal with the local laws around the global to sell your apps internationally without violating any local laws? Apple takes care of all that, if you answer yes, I congratulate you, if you answer no, then SHUT UP!! No one points a gun at your head to force to develop for the iPhone.
  • JohnPapiomitisJohnPapiomitis Posts: 6,256Member
    dickthedev said:
    Do you have the resources to deal with the local laws around the global to sell your apps internationally without violating any local laws? Apple takes care of all that, if you answer yes, I congratulate you, if you answer no, then SHUT UP!! No one points a gun at your head to force to develop for the iPhone.

    Your right, but this thread is 8 months old. No need to stir it up now..
  • dickthedevdickthedev Posts: 2Member
    artonskyblue said:
    @Shpint, Yea knew that, but it doesn't feel the same as actually removing it from sale by clicking the "remove from sale" button lol

    You can also change the release date to like 2 years from now

    I totally agreen, It took me awhile to figure out as well, nice to have a simple get to the point button that says Remove from sale!!
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