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Apple Bans Sexy Apps, Developers Upset

February 23rd, 2010 02:23 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “Apple is now removing many risque applications from its App Store so as not to ‘scare off potential customers.’ The removed applications, including SlideHer and Dirty Fingers, allowed people to see scantily clad women. Although they were once approved by Apple, even reaching the ‘most downloaded’ lists, Apple removed them after getting complaints that they were degrading to women. That said, the Sports Illustrated application is still available for those who want scantily clad women on their iPhone, and developers are up in arms over the perceived inconsistency. It’s sure a good thing for those worried parents that they don’t have any kind of web browser on there. On the internet, you’re never more than one click away from something horrible.”
Some are speculating that this is a ploy from Apple to drum up interest in the iPad from educators.

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