Back when this article first hit the 'net, Nine Inch Nails’ front man Trent Reznor had only recently assailed Apple for blocking an update to the band’s iPhone app because it used “objectionable words.” Apple had long maintained that only G-rated material would make it to the display windows of the App Store.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "sexy apps."
Hottie Hookups Brings Out the Bouncer In You
With its quirky and politically incorrect humor, Hottie Hookups seems to come right off the pages of Mad magazine. This is a zany game that combines elements of time management and castle defense strategies in a way that is refreshingly unique.
The Mood Setter is Good for a few Laughs
The Mood Setter from Sobits is the only iPhone app I know that literally includes the phrase Bow-chicka-wow-wow, which depending on your taste is either hilariously hip or totally gauche.
Oh My Girl Offers Fake Calls for a (Mood) Swingin' Good Time
I’ve had my share of crazy messages left on my voicemail by girlfriends over the years, some I wished I would have saved and some so scary I was almost afraid to delete for fear that pressing the delete option would cause some sort of nuclear disaster. Apparently the people over at Mac Killer Apps have more intestinal fortitude than I do.
TrueFlirt: Sexy, Romantic, Playful — Interactive Texting for iPhone
My first TrueFlirt message read: This is how techies flirt. ^_^
With a wink, a smile and an interactive "love scene," my first flirt flew through the ether striking the recipient like cupid's bow.
There's a Whole Lot of Shakin' Going On in the App Store
Jon Atherton, who does promo work for Glentwood Pty Ltd., is accusing Apple of censorship because the company has asked him to remove "boobs" and "booty" from the developer's Wobble app description.
Joost: Naughty App Makes it Through to the App Store
Joost - Apple's very obscure terms and conditions for app developers has been a hot topic. The lack of transparency in the certification process has been known to be confusing, frustrating and a heated point of dispute.