My app is published in Google Play from some months ago, but after submitting a new version it had been rejected because I have to provide login credentials.
This is easy to fix, just create a “fake” account for them to login.
But in the application access headline you can read: “If parts of your app are restricted by login credentials, subscriptions, location, or other forms of authentication, provide instructions for accessing them. This information must be up to date.”
In my app, some features need to purchase a subscription, but to be logged in is not enough, because subscription is related to the account that made the payment in the Google Play Store, not the one you are logged in with, and both can be different. Even, you can be subscribed and not logged in and the special features will be available.
The question is if it will be enough to provide them the “fake” login account or if I have to add and special subscription and change the blocks so this account is related to an “fake” subscrition so they can check this speciall features, because the only info that can provided is the user/password.
I hope I`ve explained myself. Please, help!
Thanks in advance.