An open letter to Apple on its App Store’s guideline

Dear Apple,

Your excuse reason for removing 500px was because it did not adhere to Apple’s strict guidelines on artistic nudity pornography. If that is the case, may I raise some complains to have the following apps remove from App Store and iOS devices for the following reasons:-

1.Ability to view nudity or pornographic materials

  • All browsers including your very own Safari.

  • All RSS Feed Readers such as Flipboard, Pulse, Zite, Feedly, etc.

  • All Social apps such as Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ etc.

  • All Photo sharing apps such as Flickr, Instagram, and many more.

  • All video apps such as Vimeo, YouTube, Daily Motion, etc.

2.Ability to send and receive nudity or pornographic materials

  • All communication apps such as your Messages, Whatapp, Skype, Viber, Facebook Messenger, to name a few.

  • All emails apps.

How about just restrict iOS applications to just games and some productivity tools and do away with Internet connection while you are at it, so your users will have no chance at all to view any nudity and pornographic materials?

Yours truly,

Apple Fanboy since 1999

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