Here we go, folks. Mystic Game Development made quite the name for itself with its iBoobs app for the iPhone, which
got itself banned from Apple's App Store in late 2008


. Now it's found refuge more than two years later in the Android Market, and it's sent out a slew of e-mails to announce and celebrate. (And probably to poke the bear a little bit.) From the presser e-mail:

We recently decided to do an experiment and create iBoobs for Android, which is now currently available in the Android app market store. We think the fact that it is available on Android does show that the Android platform offers more flexibility and is more open-minded to app developers.
Dunno how much we'd call this an "experiment" -- tawdry sex apps are nothing new in the Android Market. This is more of a marketing ploy. (Yes, we know full well we're aiding it here.) And now
might not be the best time to test Google's patience


. But short of an app stealing data or harming your phone, little has been done insofar as soft-core apps go.

There's a little more after the break, if you're into this sort of thing.


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Banned (in 2008) from Apple's App Store, iBoobs finds refuge in Android Market


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