After demanding the app remove the word “iCloud” from the title Apple has now said it’s violates another policy and this time no work around can be made.
2.29 – Apps that do not use the appropriate Mac OS X APIs for modifying user data stored by other apps (e.g bookmarks, Address Book or Calendar entries) will be rejected
I’ll attempt to appeal but I suspect Apple is not going to allow any apps in the store to monitor changes to the iCloud Drive directory.
Before starting the app I suspected this may be the case but there is no clear way to request this information before developing an entire app and wasting developers time.
This final rejection was after 1 month of resubmissions following minor problems they were harassing me on. DockShelf 1.3 has been delayed 1 month also due to the submission problems.
If any users were curious why I don’t update the App Store versions as often as on the web site and I suggest users buy direct from PayPal, this is it.