Apple has finally approved Metadata+, an app that tracks every U.S. drone strike and sends a push notification to users every time a strike is carried out.
According to Mashable, after being rejected by Apple five times, developer Josh Begley finally got through Apple’s approval process last Friday, more than a year and a half after the first rejection by the company’s App Review Team.
Begley got the app approved because he removed the word “drone” from the name of the app and its description. For the first three attempts, it was called Drones+, then Dronestream for the last two before changing the name to Metadata+.
Read the full story over at Mashable.