Apple says not all adult iPhone and iPod apps removed from store, Playboy, Sports Illustrated, FHM still available

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Apple has weighed in on the controversy about “overtly sexual apps” being banned from the iTunes App Store for iPhone and iPod Touch users. Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, said Apple was responding to numerous complaints from women and parents who found the content objectionable or degrading, according to The New York Times. Applications dumped by Apple include SlideHer, Dirty Fingers: Screenwash, and almost every application containing the word “boobs.”

But not every application featuring bikini-clad women or sex-related issues have dropped out of the iTunes Store. Applications from Playboy, Sports Illustrated, FHM, and others are still available. So if applications like Strip Simon are out, which apps are allowed in?

Here are nine applications that at the time of this writing were still available in the App Store. Are they any better or worse than those previously mentioned? You be the judge.

Full story: Not All Adult iPhone Apps Purged from App Store – via PC World