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is there a way to update app without submitting to AppStore

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First of all, a FYI for you guys who are waiting too long for Apple review team, you may request the team to review your app quicker rather than waiting for 10 days. You may find additional info here: App Review - Support - Apple Developer

However, I seen some games that had big updates by just downloading and restarting the app, no update from AppStore needed. So how did they do that? Can we create a container and download the swf elsewhere from the internet and deploy in our app?

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is there a way to update app without submitting to AppStore

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First of all, a FYI for you guys who are waiting too long for Apple review team, you may request the team to review your app quicker rather than waiting for 10 days. You may find additional info here: App Review - Support - Apple Developer

However, I seen some games that had big updates by just downloading and restarting the app, no update from AppStore needed. So how did they do that? Can we create a container and download the swf elsewhere from the internet and deploy in our app?

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Apple do have an "expedited" option, but you can only use that a few times. Eventually they turn you down.

I believe that no app is able to download interpreted code, but, you could be smart in your programming. You could have exchangeable graphics that can be replaced by online versions, or you could control the flow of an app with XML, that you can replace from an online update.

I think that's what other apps are doing, to make it seem like you got an update without going to the app store.

Another thought, you could have the future content in the app already, and then reveal that to the user over time.

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