TechCrunch: iPad app gets past Apple’s ‘no porn’ rules


Aw come on!  This ain’t porn.  We’ll show you porn.

The iPad app for the UK tabloid, The Sun, somehow snuck around Apple’s strict ”no porn” rule and managed to get nekkid tittays in their full glory on the iPad (say it again- tittays!).  Don’t get crazy now, because by the time you read this it will probably be long gone from the App Store.

The app featured one of the paper’s infamous Page 3 Girls.  Page 3 girls are female glamour models who pose topless or nude for the British tabloid.

But just in case, because who knows with Apple’s arbitrary approval process, here’s the link to iTunes.  The app will run you £4.99.

We say, save your money, and get a real porn app on MiKandi.

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  1. Hi, Tom from The Sun here.

    Thanks for mentioning The Sun’s new iPad app in your site, we really appreciate it.

    We’ve had some reports of a bug in the latest version of the app (1.1). Currently the fix is to delete and re-install the app as opposed to upgrading from version 1.0.

  2. Hi Tom,

    Thanks for reading! We’d love to see your app and your Page Six girls on MiKandi. :)

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