Apple today updated its iTunes Connect iOS app, the dashboard developers use to manage their content submitted to iTunes and the App Store, providing users with the ability to access the service’s Resolution Center feature.

Previously only accessible on the web version of iTunes Connect, Resolution Center provides developers and content creators with the ability to communicate with Apple regarding app and content submissions and rejections. With the update to the iPhone and iPad app, Apple notes that users can now access Resolution Center on iPhone and iPad to “review and respond to messages from App Review as well as easily forward them to members of your team.”

And you can also now choose to receive a push notification for App Review messages:

You can now access Resolution Center from your iPhone or iPad to review and respond to your active threads, and easily forward threads to other members of your team. You can also opt in to receive a push notification whenever App Review sends you a new message

The updated iTunes Connect app, version 3.2, is available on the App Store now.

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