The app store version doesn't allow document storage and I know that's because of the guidelines saying you can't run outside code, but Apple recently opened up the ability to appeal rejections and even challenge the guideline itself.
There are multiple apps already on the app store where their sole purpose is to run user-provided code.
Additionally, two changes are coming to the app review process and will be implemented this summer. First, developers will not only be able to appeal decisions about whether an app violates a given guideline of the App Store Review Guidelines, but will also have a mechanism to challenge the guideline itself. Second, for apps that are already on the App Store, bug fixes will no longer be delayed over guideline violations except for those related to legal issues. Developers will instead be able to address the issue in their next submission.
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@DanTheMan827 I put it in the review notes, along with some arguments why they should approve it. The review process took about 16 days, which is unusual these days. My guess is they approve it consciously. But can't rule out the possibility that some reviewer didn't pay attention to my review notes.