well that's true I suppose, but reading it literally, I see it says "to navigate and view web pages". An iFrame would not allow you to get to anything except what I want them to get too. It would have no address bar. it would only go to a specific URL which means they can view, but not navigate. A more games page would only give links directly to the app store.
However I do see how someone could technically make a say... kids app pointing to and then be a creep and swap out that pageforkids page which was one puppys and kittens and replace it with something unsavory..
So I think that it will work IF I can bring up a URL that has no address bar. Something that prevents the user from seeing anything but what I link too (baked into the app). I want to at least try and see what happens. Worse case is that they reject it.
So it goes back to the question. Is it possible (through ejecta/cocoonjs) to view a web page in the app without just summoning an external browser? I realize that phone gap can do it from what I've researched about leadbolt, however until iOS8 is out it seems that phone gap is going to continue to be undesirable because of performance concerns.