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This article was published on August 24, 2010

    Read it Later update approved with no explanation from Apple

    Read it Later update approved with no explanation from Apple
    Chad Catacchio
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    Chad Catacchio

    Chad Catacchio is a contributor writing on a variety of topics in tech. He has held management positions at a number of tech companies in th Chad Catacchio is a contributor writing on a variety of topics in tech. He has held management positions at a number of tech companies in the US and China. Check out his personal blog to connect with him or follow him on Twitter (if you dare).

    So good news – Nate Weiner, the developer of Read it Later, who received a very confusing rejection letter from Apple over the weekend, has let us know that version 2.2 of the iOS app was approved last night – with no explanation from Apple.

    Here’s what Weiner had to say:

    Hey Chad,

    Version 2.2 was just approved. Never got a response from Apple though.  My guess is this was just a fluke…

    Nate

    While we’re glad it all worked out quickly, we’d still really like to know what Apple was thinking when they sent that rejection letter – but we probably never will (we also have not heard anything from Apple PR).

    As Weiner says, hopefully for everyone’s sake this was just a fluke.

    Note: Updated.