Sunday, May 29, 2011

iBone, the new iPhone sexting app

Apple have finally approved the controversial iBone app for sale in their iTunes store, despite opposition from a number of morality groups. The app, which retails for $1.99, enables 2 or more iPhone users to connect via text message, voice and camera with the primary purpose of 'sexting' each other.
The iBone App
The iBone App
Sexting has been on the increase because more teens have access to more technologically advanced phones. This peer-to-peer app makes the whole process of sexting considerably easier by integrating voice, camera and texting in one convenient program.

It is not just the teens who are sexting, now married couples are doing it to spice up their love life and maybe get each other in the mood for when they get home from work.

"The adult market is the demographic we are specifically aiming for," claimed an iBone marketing spokesperson. "Married couples and dating adults are who we are pushing this to. That is why we have slapped an 18+ requirement on the download."

An Apple spokesperson countered, "We initially refused this app because of the high profile issue of teen sexting, and insisted that we would only host iBone if it was an adult only program. They have since complied and we have added it to the iTunes download portfolio."

iBone offered us a complimentary version of this app for evaluation and review, but none of us at the Slap the Penguin virtual office have an iPhone or any interest in sexting, we just email naked pics to each other.



4 comments :

Doug Stephens said...

Hopefully not naked pics of each other. That could get weird.

Ian C - My Twist News said...

This is the first I am hearing about naked pics bouncing around the MTN virtual office.

Tina Cruris - My Twist News said...

I came across a usefull list of rules to use when engaging in sexting or futresex as it is referred to in the post.

undermyfitted.blogspot.com/2011/06/ten-notifications-of-futuresex.html

Brian Butler said...

Maybe a free version of the app would have performed better...

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