Apple slaps a rejected label on the iDroid app, effectively a glorified commercial for the recently-released Verizon Droid.
Yesterday, Apple rejected the iDroid app, a piece of iPhone freeware intended to drum up interest in the Verizon Droid. According to TechCrunch, the iDroid app was developed by Swavv apps, the same company responsible for such hits as "Spin the Bottle Pro."
Well, it makes sense. Coca-Cola sure isn't going to let Pepsi buy space on the side of its 12-packs. Ford wouldn't allow Porsche to display adverts on the side of its pick-up trucks. And Apple doesn't want Verizon running roughshod over its App Store.