Before 2010, there used to be a lot of mobile apps in the iTunes store, the functions of which were more than a little naughty. Apple, however, did not take very well with the most exciting applications, and most of them were banned, much to the disappointment of many iPhone users around the world. Here we take a look at some really cool mobile apps that are no longer available or still have a presence on iTunes:
1. Bikini Blast – Images of hotbods in tiny bikinis: that’s what this fairly simple-named iPhone application offered to users. The photos (most of them at least) were captured quite aesthetically, and there was hardly any hint of vulgarity. Apple was probably unaware that much more objectionable images could be seen on any standard ‘R’ rated film. Bikini Blast was sexy, but definitely not raunchy.
2. Sexy game – Game application with an erotic touch. Sexy Game represented the height of imagination on the part of mobile application developers, who included a virtual wheel in the application. The wheel had to turn (practically, a variant of ‘Spin The Bottle’), and if you won, you had to … well … touch any part of the body of a scorching member of the opposite sex. There were even custom setting options to make the game even more interesting.
3. LoveLine – This is basically a knowledge sharing app, and that’s probably why it escaped Apple’s wrath. Once LoveLine is set up and launched on your iOS device, the hypothetical Dr. Drew appears, providing all the relevant (and exciting!) Details on the physicality of romance. It’s not exactly the kind of information you’d like your child to hear, but it’s not a bad app at all!
4. Puma Index – Feel that stockbrokers are bored, stiff-lipped professionals, with no feeling for fun and excitement at all? You’d be surprised how many Dow Jones executives had the Puma Index app on their phone. Virtual female models were displayed in the app, each representing a company stake. As stock prices began to fall, the models began to shed (you read that right!). It’s good that no other mobile app development company has yet thought of creating a “business and pleasure” app!
5.iJiggly – Okay, this app reeked of perversion and deserved to be banned from the iTunes store (it shouldn’t have been included in the first place!). There were no other features in this app other than showing a couple of shakes … well, you’ve probably already guessed what. High school students with vivid fantasies were saddened when iJiggly was banned, but the parents breathed a sigh of relief.
6. Maxim – Every issue of the magazine is filled with scantily-clad celebrity images, and its mobile app version didn’t take long to catch on either. The application is free to download, while a nominal fee must be paid to obtain the cover photos for the new issues. During a long and boring day, looking at an hourglass figure is a cool idea, right?
7. Adult sex life – The name says it all. An average expert in iPhone app development cannot imagine the in-depth details about sexual positions, pleasure during physical intercourse, and even orgasm information that this “strictly adult” app provides. If you had a stable partner, you could also keep track of the “performances” of their sexual relationships.
8. Eucalyptus – Just looking at semi-naked bodies isn’t your thing? Among the slightly erotic iPhone reading apps, Eucalyptus is probably the most prominent. Almost 21,000 famous sex literature can be read in this app, including the Indian Sex Education Bible, Kamasutra. It’s a paid app, but hey, the thrill of reading such sexy texts makes it worth the expense!
9.i Girl – When Apple announced that iGirl was going to be banned, many young adults almost felt the pain of a breakup. The mobile application developers of this have to be recognized for creating an application that had become the true pocket girlfriend of thousands of users around the world. In addition to interacting with the virtual baby, people might also tell him to pose in sensual and seductive positions. With the demise of iGirl, an excellent source of sexy fun was lost for iPhone owners.
10. What is your sex appeal? – Probably the least objectionable of the apps mentioned on this list. This one is still available for download, and it helps you confirm (or not!) If you are really a handsome hunk or not. The application is designed in the format of a fun quiz (consisting of twenty questions). If you answer them honestly, you will get an idea of your itch quotient.
11. Playboy – Since the ban on sexy iPhone apps, developers have stayed away from creating apps like the one in Playboy magazine. From nearly naked (but fit!) Female bodies and vulgar jokes, to racist comments – the app had it all, and its ban was, for all intents and purposes, only a matter of time. The Playboy app didn’t feature full nudity, but it was still too sassy for Apple authorities.
12. PeekaBabe – Did you play the game ‘Peek-a-Boo’ as a kid? This naughty app (with a touch of kinkiness) worked basically the same way. You could, by shaking the iPhone or tapping the screen, take a look at the lingerie worn by the woman who was otherwise wearing completely within the app. PeekaBabe was a real treat for voyeuristic and slightly frustrated users, who lamented when the app disappeared from iTunes.
Flirt By So Sexy was a very popular app that was banned because it showed live images and videos of real girls in … erm … PG-13 positions. iHottiez and iSteam were removed from the app store due to more or less similar reasons. If you are a fan of sexy and sweaty exercise, you may have already used the Gymbabes app on your smartphone. Apple currently has a strong position against apps with any kind of sexual overtones, but previously, things were a lot spicier!