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Re: Shutters Close on iPhone Peep Show
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2009-06-26 13:29:39
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The blogosphere began buzzing Thursday when "The Hottest Girls," the Apple App Store's first iPhone app featuring nude women, suddenly became unavailable hours after it had won Apple's approval. Initial speculation was that Apple had finally decided to pull it for being too risqué. However, the app's developer, who styles himself AllentheGeek, said the app had simply been "sold out." The "Hottest Girls" app initially featured only scantily clad women. It was updated to feature nude women, and Apple apparently approved.

Re: Shutters Close on iPhone Peep Show
Posted by: iancutmore 2012-11-29 04:58:48 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
I noticed that sites are now selling porn apps for all format mobile devices and tablets. If you like it or not it's here to stay I think.
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