Good new for all, who’ve faced Apple’s iPhone apps rejection for strange or controversial reasons; A new news site called “AppRejections,” is launched that tracks App Store rejections, mostly via user submissions. AppRejections is a bit of schadenfreude for Apple-haters who enjoy reveling in what seems to be Apple’s most unpopular policy, but it’s also a place for developers to send their problems with App Store. Despite stock template look of AppRejections, Adam Martin, an iPhone developer and site creator, is doing a great job of tracking down and soliciting stories of Apple running afoul. Martin also tracks what apps get let back into App Store, and why, and also what implications’re for users who managed to grab apps that eventually got pulled before that actually happened. It’s a truly comprehensive approach to problem of Apple’s pell-mell review policy, noted Darrell Etherington. If your iPhone app has been rejected by Apple in an unusual or unfair way, please write about it on your blog / news / etc, and send a link to @redglassesapps on Twitter.