Just submitted an App Store app review giving an app one star because their EULA was completely ridiculous “You agree to … indemnify … … against any allegations … arising from an alleged breach of your representations or obligations under this agreement. Additionally, you will be primary responsible to pay promptly all .. costs (including attorney’s fees) … in connection with your indemnification obligations above.”

Like, that’s infinite liability for something I have no control over, right?

Shouldn’t Apple have rejected this app for engaging in “manipulative practices within or outside of the app.” (Section 5.6 - Developer Code of Conduct) ???

Wouldn’t it be great if Apple App Store review read the EULAs on every app and rejected the ones which were plainly bonkers? Wouldn’t that be adding value to its ecosystem?