A number of blogs and web zines lately have examined Apple’s App Store and its development policies and voiced their complaints. Chief among them are the app approvers’ inconsistent approval standards—ranking the “Pull My Finger” app as not useful, for example, but allowing virtual bubble-wrap poppers—and taking a hard stance against any app that tries to upgrade or replace the built-in tools on an iPhone or iPod touch, like native podcast downloading or feature-added email clients. App Store developers knew Apple’s policies from the start, of course, but many are calling for the Cupertino cool-maker to drop the secrecy and allow in competing apps. We’re wondering what our iPhone/iPod touch app fans think—are you glad Apple’s trying to keep an eye on the store, so to speak, or do you feel like you’re missing out on potentially killer apps? Tell us your take on the store and its ground rules in the comments.