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iFart Mobile to Pull My Finger: You stink

iPhone fart app maker takes another to court over trademark infringement accusations as two developers battle it out in crowded fart simulation app market.

By Feb. 13, 2009

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Updated App Store Rules include: iFarting in, iBoobs Out and more

A revised look at how Apple's app store has evolved over the last several months.

By Jan. 16, 2009

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Top 5 iPhone Apps

Until you have these, you ain't got apps on your iPhone.

By Jan. 15, 2011

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iPhone farting-app rivals clear up the stink

iFart and Pull My Finger decide that litigation hangs too heavily in the air, agreeing instead to forces, launching an app called Clear the Air.

By Sep. 24, 2009

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Developer takes App Store plea to video

Joel Comm, creator of the famous iFart application, is using a new platform to state his case for a new App Store review process.

By Dec. 2, 2009

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Converting App Store Sales Ranks to Sales Numbers

Developers start releasing rank-to-sales stats.

By Dec. 19, 2008

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Motorola boss blames Android Market's openness for poor app quality

The open nature of the Android Market is adversely affecting the overall quality of apps and causing users to return large numbers of Motorola devices, according to the company's big cheese.

By Jun. 3, 2011

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Is quality irrelevant when it comes to iPhone games and apps?

An iPhone game developer says he believes "quality is mostly irrelevant" when it comes to making games for the new platform. We heartily disagree but the economics of cheap, useless iPhone games could be the voice with most authority.

By Mar. 24, 2009

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Banned in Cupertino

Apple will reject books from the App Store that contain content it finds objectionable. It's within its rights to do so, but how does the company define "objectionable?"

By Dec. 22, 2008

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Reznor nails his way back into App Store

Apple has approved an update to the Nine Inch Nails iPhone app, which it had previously rejected due to objectionable content. Frontman Trent Reznor claimed hypocrisy.

By May. 7, 2009