Joe Kwon’s True Ghost Stories from Around the World – Legal Disclaimers

We want ALL of our users to enjoy this app. We strictly monitor its content and will take action to ensure that a user’s story submission is not the subject of abuse or ridicule. Please keep this in mind when leaving comments.

Now, on with the legal stuff:

Joe Kwon, Inc., reserves the right to review and approve any and all stories prior to publication, and to refuse to publish any stories, in its sole discretion. Story submissions may be rejected for content or any other reason. All stories are subject to editing for spelling, grammar, and content. Stories received through this application are offered by the user as a contribution and no contractual relationship is created in any form or manner by such submission. All stories become the sole property of Joe Kwon, Inc., which may use such stories in whatever manner desired, whether published in this application or in any other application or media.

Joe Kwon, Inc., reserves the right to review for approval all comments left by users of this application. Comments left by users may be deleted by Administrators of this application before or after publication. Although Administrators intend to exercise all diligence in monitoring the content of user comments, no guarantee is made that questionable content will never appear, or that it will be deleted upon its being called to our attention. The monitoring and approval of content is entirely at the discretion of Joe Kwon, Inc., and no promise is made to any user that comments left by such user will be accepted or approved. Joe Kwon, Inc., further reserves the right to review comments left by any particular user prior to that user’s comments being published. Joe Kwon, Inc, may at its sole discretion edit the content of user’s comments without notice of any kind, though this will typically be only for the purpose of spelling, clarity, or to delete offensive language.

Joe Kwon, Inc., intends that all content on this application will be fun and entertaining to the users hereof. Comments that are abusive, inflammatory, degrading, profane, or in any manner deemed, in the sole discretion of Joe Kwon, Inc., to be unsatisfactory for any reason whatsoever, will be flagged and deleted, and such comment may be replaced by a notice that the user’s comment was removed by an Administrator.

Photographs or illustrations submitted for use on this application are subject to review and approval by Joe Kwon, Inc., prior to publication. All photographs or illustrations submitted become the property of Joe Kwon, Inc., which may use such photographs or illustrations in whatever manner desired, whether published in this application or in any other application or media.

Audio App Crash Issue

Symptom: App crashes back to home screen when user attempts to play an audio story

Cause: The iOS 6 update released by Apple in September of 2012 did not provide backward compatibility with the functionality implemented in the audio app. This update adversely effected any user attempting to use the audio app on a device having iOS 6.

Solution: Delete the audio app from your device and install the latest update directly from the App Store — NOT from iTunes on your PC. The latest version has been thoroughly tested with versions of iOS 4.2 thru 6.x successfully. If you are encountering any issues with the audio app after updating to the latest version of the audio app:

1) Confirm you have updated to the latest version available on the App Store
2) Reset your device

If you have confirmed and completed both of these steps, contact our technical support department and provide complete details so they can assist you.

Please note that leaving support questions on App Store reviews will not help resolve this problem because our support team CANNOT RESPOND to APP STORE REVIEWS; you’ll just be wasting your time. Contact our support department directly to resolve issues quickly.

Reset Your iPhone

Sometimes your iDevice needs to be reset to resolve issues with apps running on the device. Apps crashing and other unexpected behavior may be indicators that it’s time to reset your device.

Reset the iPhone by holding the sleep/wake button at the top right of the device and the home button at the bottom center of the face at the same time.

Hold them both until you see the screen go black. In some cases, you may need to keep holding them even after the red power off slider appears. If it does, just keep holding it.

Wait until the white Apple logo appears. When this happens, you can let go – the iPhone is rebooting.

That’s it!