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MikeKondrat says

In one of my product i use references to ipod music player, and have comment from reviewer: “remove any references to iPod, iTunes and Apple. Thanks!” But i found alot of items with same references: http://graphicriver.net/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&term=iphone

Can I use ipod, iphone, apd and apple in item naming?

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Alexlasek says

I think, you can use it only, when it`s really necessary i.e. when you create UI/UX dedicated for iPad or iPhone in some resolution, then it`s obvious you will use them in description.

However, you shouldn`t use them, as a tag, just to increase the sell.

That`s against the rules.

Of course, It`s only my point of view but I hope you know what I’m m talking about ;)

Summing up, if you have the item which is not dedicated special for iOS or Android..don`t use them.

cheers

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chiccosinalo says

i have been puzzled by this too i have also seen such on the marketplace, i think reviewers must come up with a clear statement.

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gbs says

Besides item naming, other issue to me is if you must write the font name and the URL to download the font (used in the design) in the Description or not. Some reviewers soft-rejected me because I need to add the font URL , or I need to add the font name in the Description, not just stated generally as “free font used”. Of course I have this information in my instruction file. It’s kind of weird that I browse many files on GR and found out sometimes the Description even has nothing about the font at all and still being approved. Sometimes with a font-name but not a URL . If it was my item, it had been soft-rejected. Really confused.

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philippineoutsourcing says

remove references to iPhone / iPad got this today as well … I designed a UI for iPhone and iPad with lots of references to iPhone like screen sizes, retina, ios, etc … I mean it’s a UI for iPhone and i can’t reference iPhone … I don’t know what to do? Anyone, got a good reply from their reviewer … I mean there are tons of iPhone/iPad/iOS templates out there as what @MikeKondrat said. I don’t know why some are being soft rejected for this.

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