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Apple boot out another app this time MailWrangler

Apple has tossed another Apple iPhone application out of the Apple iTunes App Store, this time it is MailWrangler.

MailWrangler is designed to simplify access to Gmail accounts from the Apple iPhone, however according to MailWrangler’s developer, Angelo DiNardi; Apple rejected the submission due to duplicating functionality.

In an email to DiNardi, Apple state: “Your application duplicates the functionality of the built-in iPhone application Mail without providing sufficient differentiation or added functionality, which will lead to user confusion.”

The thing is with MailWranger is actually does something that none of the Apple iPhone’s built-in applications can do, so how can Apple throw it out because of duplicated functionality?

Source — arstechnica