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Apple quietly approving racy new 17+ content?

Apple has begun allowing racy new content into appropriately-labeled applications, a new update suggests. Based on the tales of woe web site, F-MyLife by enormego has been updated to version 1.5.4, which, according to the release notes posted to the App Store listing, “[e]nables the ‘Sex’ category for iPhone 3.0 users.” This category had previously been missing from the app, despite its appearance on the actual web site’s pages; the App Store now requires the user to acknowledge the potential of objectionable content within the app before the download. It is unclear whether this will lead to the approval of more controversial applications. F-MyLife and F-MyLife Pro are available now for free and for $2, respectively, and are labeled 17+.

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I have the FML app, and there is no new content with the new app.  It just adds the Sex category, but the FML’s previously categorized as Sex on the site still showed in the “Recent FMLs”.

Posted by Charles Starrett on July 20, 2009 at 4:23 PM (CDT)

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