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So I just had a web app made and it is complete. It is in ruby/rails. I want to get it on the app stores google play, amazon and apple app store. I was rejected from the apple app store because of "limited native functionality". I was told by someone at apple that the app is just a web view of the web app and so it is just a web site, not really an app. They said it isn't a "real app", it is a website, and that if it "consists of a ruby interpreter, the rails framework, and some scripts" that might be better? Now they are saying I shouldn't really make an app in ruby/rails? Also, it is not the resolution center of apple saying this, this is just on the forum.
First I have to get some questions answered, and then I will need work done depending on the answers to those questions. Questions:
1) Is there a fairly cheap and fast way to make this app more like a "real app" by apples definition and make it more likely to get on the apple app store? I also submitted an appeal to the apple app store so I may want to wait for the result of that before I do this.
2) I would like to have an Android version made so I can submit it to google play and amazon. But, if this same issue with the app being just a web view of a web site is going to stop me from getting on google play, I of course would rather fix that problem first. I would like someone who knows a lot about what the app stores accept to look at the app, and tell me the best way to make an android version that is a "real app" and will likely be accepted onto the google play store.
Also, I always need coding work done here and there and this can be a continuous relationship where I go to the chosen coder regularly for more work.
I am looking for a mix of experience and value