Looks like a BETA can be put up there, here are their conditions:shishkebab wrote: I was looking around at the ADC website and I came across (here: developer.apple.com/business/) where you can submit your application to be included in the apple.com/downloads/ page. I think you have to have an Apple Developer Connection account though, but those are not hard to make.
Sorry, but I have no idea how to do that. (no programming skills at all)
I am not sure what they think is inappropriate or offensive to others...# The product must have a supporting website in English, where customers can find Mac, iPod or iPhone compatibility information.
# The product must be currently shipping (no beta software or pre-announced products). Open source projects can be beta.
# Products must follow the posted Guidelines for Using Apple's Trademarks and Copyrights. For example, the words Apple, iPod or iPhone may be used as a descriptor, but not as part of the product name.
# Ranges of products that have slightly different configurations may be consolidated into a single product record (e.g. ranges of hard drives with various capacities, RAM modules, stock media, etc.)
# Products and their developer's web site cannot contain language or any other form of expression that may be deemed inappropriate or offensive to others.
# Apple reserves the right to omit, edit, or reject submissions.
Of course, then the problem is that we need someone to actually do that, then maybe we can have a pool of new testers or even coders help out.