UPDATED:Apple App Store approves app with explicit photos

UPDATED:Apple App Store approves app with explicit photos
Apple's App Store marked a milestone today by approving the listing of an app that contains explicit pictures. The $1.99 "Hottest Girls" application was able to get listed only because the new 3.0 OS for the iPhone contains parental controls for the Store. Before today, a purchase of "Hottest Girls" resulted in buying pictures of Asian woman wearing lingerie, but the listing now says that "“You should be happy to know that the new update contains 99% non-Asian images” and while that is true, many of the pictures show women in topless poses which accounts for the 17+ rating that the application has garnered.

Parental control can be be turned on in Settings -> General -> Restrictions on your iPhone. If an app has a more risque rating than you allow, it will disappear from the screen and will show only if the restrictions are removed.

source: macenstein via MacRumors, EngadgetMobile

The developer's web site says that the "Hottest Girls" app has been pulled because their servers were reaching their limits and that the app will be back up soon. Hmm....



1. rehnhart

Posts: 103; Member since: Mar 27, 2009

Yea parental controls!!! If only parents knew how to navigate and use them. Is there an app for that (sarcasm)?

2. The Doc

Posts: 122; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

iPhone users caused the servers to reach their limits? Can someone say iPhone User = Perv!? Just kidding...kind of...not really...! LTE w/MIFI FTW

3. behold--me

Posts: 679; Member since: Jun 22, 2009

some one has a lot of time on their hands...............................

4. phone333

Posts: 331; Member since: Feb 04, 2009

Next quarter's forcast: 1 Millions downloads of this app by male Iphone users...lol

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