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iQuief: Rethinking Apple’s App Store censorship policy

Hmm… remind me again why we wanted Apple to drop its ban on gross or offensive iTunes apps? I don’t remember hearing anyone mention they wanted to have a queefing app, but maybe I was too busy hoping for porn to notice. Anyway, the good news is that (in what will surely be a death blow to RIM) we now have iQuief to hold over BlackBerry users!

“Bored with all those run-of-the-mill fart applications? Want to impress your friends and intimidate enemies? Like the bewildered looks when you explain what a quief (sometimes spelled “queef”) is? This is just the app for you. Simple one-click interface places a variety of cute toots.”

Well, I certainly am bored with all those run-of-the-mill fart applications, but I sincerely doubt my enemies will be intimidated by this.

5 Responses to “iQuief: Rethinking Apple’s App Store censorship policy”
  1. MacSheikh says:

    Frankly, before this i didn’t know what the word meant. So i went to wikipedia to enlighten myself.

    O. M. G.

    Times like these make me wish i was a Win…i mean, Linux user. Sigh…

  2. Scratic says:

    i can’t bring myself to pay for it. At least not the real thing. That I can do.

    Stop judging me.

  3. Maverick says:

    I’m actually surprised we haven’t seen an iCUP app yet and it’s variant iUrinate. Sadly, I’m being serious.

  4. matt says:

    “Fanny Fart” Now on iPhone. I think apple needed to check the urban dictionary on this one before approval

  5. iShervin says:

    I am not saying it’s good, but there has to be crap apps to make the good ones stand out!
    but on the other hand they will bring down the standards!

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