Conduit Mobile Publisher Guidelines
You work hard to create cool content and apps, and you want to be sure your app is now legitimate and safe. For this very reason, we have provided these guidelines to ensure that each of your mobile apps meets Conduit's requirements and maintains a style and integrity consistent with Conduit's values.
Every mobile app that you create must comply with the following guidelines:
Mobile apps should only include content which is considered legitimate and legal to use and distribute according to Conduit's terms of service and all applicable laws.
Examples of content which is not allowed include:
- Content which may be regarded as spam
- Illegal online gambling content (Including any sort of gaming which is rewarded with real prizes, be it cash or other)
- Pornographic content, nudity or erotic materials of any sort
- Illegal drug-related materials or references
- Content which is protected by intellectual property laws including unauthorized usage of trademarks, trade names or logos,
- Content which causes or enables security threats including: malware, viruses, or any other computer code, files or applications designed to interrupt, hijack, destroy or limit functionality of any computer software/hardware/network
- Content which violates the privacy rights of end users or third parties, including: collection of information that is in violation of Conduit's privacy policies or without proper prior consent
- Content which may be classified as misleading in any way.
User Experience Issues
- The mobile app includes information that can mislead users or falsely coerce them to take certain actions
- Apps are allowed to have ads within a reasonable amount, but may not include excessive advertisements (e.g. pop-ups, affiliate offerings, etc) or be mostly constructed by ads. The app must offer a clear added value in addition to the advertisement message.
Apps must not operate in ways which abuse the device’s functions, resulting in poor user experience, such as unexpected vibration/flashes/sounds or improper use of built-in mobile services (GPS, Camera, internet ext., etc.) without the user’s expressed consent.
- Any and all use of mobile device built-in functions or services must be properly authorized by users before they are activated.