From the Article:
Late last week, Apple notified developer Chillifresh that its Wobble iBoobs application was being removed from the App Store due to its "overtly sexual" nature. Since then, it appears that Apple has gone on a rampage of sex-oriented app removals.
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Chillifresh said on its Web site that an Apple representative told the developer that under its new App Store policy, it will not accept applications that in any way imply sexual content or include the following:
-images of women in bikinis
-images of men in bikinis
-images of skin
-silhouettes indicating that the app includes sexual images
-sexual connotations or innuendo
-sexually arousing content
Interestingly, some apps that include sexual content, such as Playboy's, seem to have been missed by the recent purge--so far, at least. Doing a search for "girls" on the App Store will bring up a variety of apps with bikini-clad women and others that appear to break the new rules Chillifresh said Apple outlined.