NEWS
Apple blocks iPhone chat app
20 Jul 2010
BY INTERN

Apple has removed an iPhone application based on the infamous ChatRoulette website from their store after concerns over nudity. iChatr allowed users to video chat anonymously with other randomly-selected people. ChatRoulette, a website with similar functionality, came in for criticism after it emerged that a substantial number of users were exposing themselves onscreen or engaging in other questionable behaviour. Apple has previously maintained a strict line on iPhone apps which allow access to nudity or adult content.

One response to “Apple blocks iPhone chat app”

  1. Antonio Lorusso says:

    Because, of course, you absolutely cannot get access to any nudity or adult content through the phone’s web browser.