Westwood App

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App Questions
1. What is my user getting by downloading this app?
By downloading this app, the user is gaining information about Westwood Schools, in Camilla Georgia.You have access to event calendars, lunch menus, photo, and more.

2. Is my app just a bundle of various app links? Or is it really providing some functionality as an app to the user who downloads it?
The Westwood App allows you to access to information about Westwood Schools at your fingertips.

3. Advertising Copy: What will be written beside your app on the app store as the "advertising" for the app.
Every child a winner.
Does your app meet the following criteria? Please answer.

A. Does your app work as advertised?
Apps that do not perform as advertised will be rejected. Does your app perform as advertised? (Compare what it does with the advertising copy you wrote above in #3.)
The Westwood App works just like it has been advertised. Our goal is to make our students, and parents as happy as possible.

B. Does your app have undocumented or hidden features?
Apps that include undocumented or hidden features inconsistent with the description of the App will be rejected. Make a list of every feature that you have in the app. Is it all included in the advertising copy?
No, we want our App users to have full access to the app.

C. Is your app unique and not just websites pulled together? Does it have entertainment value?
Apps that are not very useful, unique, are simply websites bundled as apps or do not provide any lasting entertainment value may be rejected. How will people be entertained by this app?
Our website allows the Westwood students and others to easily access information about us. The Westwood App has Videos, photos of recent events and much more to entertain its users.

D. Is your app just a marketing tool or does it do anything else?
Apps that are primarily marketing materials or advertisements will be rejected. Suggested includes: ordering (via email), capture pictures with it, something entertaining (like videos from YouTube, funny pics), teach them something.
Our app was built as a way to keep parents and students in the loop of whats going on at Westwood Schools.
E. Do you have any tricks or fake functionality that isn't clearly marked?
Apps that are intended to provide trick or fake functionality that are not clearly marked as such will be rejected

No, we have thoroughly gone through our app and we have not intentionally put tricks or fake functionality in our app.

F. Is your app a song or movie or a book?
Apps that are simply a song or movie should be submitted to the iTunes store. Apps that are simply a book should be submitted to the iBooks Store

No, the Westwood app includes maps, calendars, pictures, schedules and more.

G. Do you mention other apps in your app? If so, what and how? (include screenshots)
Apps that display Apps other than your own for purchase or promotion in a manner similar to or confusing with the App Store will be rejected, unless designed for a specific approved need (e.g. health management, aviation, accessibility, etc.) or which provide significant added value for a specific group of customers

No, the Westwood App includes only information about Westwood Schools.

H. Do you mention anything besides Apple products or another store in your app like Google Play or Windows Phone?
Apps or metadata that mentions the name of any other mobile platform will be rejected

No, neither Google Play or Windows Phone is mentioned in the Westwood App.

I. Is every app screen completed with text on it? If not, update your list in Google Spreadsheets noting what isn't finished and include a link to it in your write up. Who is doing each page and when will it be done.
Apps with placeholder text will be rejected

Yes, every screen is fully complete.

J. Do you use the same font and font size throughout the document? Do you use title case? Have you alpha tested and made sure all buttons work? If not, note what doesn't work on your alpha testing form, who is doing each item, and when it will be finished. Include the link below.
Apps with names, descriptions, or screenshots not relevant to the App content and functionality will be rejected. Apps must comply with all terms and conditions explained in the Apple iOS Human Interface Guidelines

Yes. All font and title case are consistent throughout the app. All button in our app work, and we have alpha tested the entire app.

K. Does your icon look like apps bundled with the iphone? Include your logo below.

Apps that look similar to Apps bundled on the iPhone, including the App Store, iTunes Store, and iBooks Store, will be rejected

No, our logo is original and created by students currently attending Westwood.

L.Do all of your buttons link to pages that are the same name as the button? Do all buttons on all pages work? If not, note what doesn't work on your alpha testing form, who is doing each item, and when it will be finished. Include the link below.
Apps that do not use system provided items, such as buttons and icons, correctly and as described in the Apple iOS Human Interface Guidelines may be rejected

Yes all pages are the same as the button. All buttons to pages work.

M. Do you have any app screens that look like the apple home screen? If so, include a screenshot and explain how is being used and why it is in the app.
Apps that create alternate desktop/home screen environments or simulate multi-App widget experiences will be rejected

No, each app screen is different from the others. We want it to be very clear to the user that they are on a different app screen than the previous one.

Responsibilities and Completion Dates
Please list any items that are not done, who is responsible, and what date it will be completed. I want an itemized list by screen or item. Include the presentation that you'll create as well.
Turn this in as specified above.