1. Mention privacy in your app Metadata
The text description of your app is part of your app’s Metadata; this is a long text entry that explains what your app is about. Most companies with privacy policies include their URL in the company description. The problem is that, for some inscrutable business or security reason, Apple does not allow these URLs to be clickable. Even worse, in the mobile App Store, you can’t even cut and paste the URL text into your mobile browser. At least they can know it exists, even if it isn’t easy to get to.
2. Link to Privacy in Company and Support
Below the app description, Apple has built in dedicated links to your company homepage (optional) and for app support (mandatory). These links are clickable on both the web and mobile App Stores.
As a developer, you’re prompted in the app uploading process to provide these during set-up:
3. Link to Privacy in your EULA (if you have one)
4. Wait for Apple to fix this (they will)