New York, New York (PRWEB) November 27, 2012
iGoWild is a new web-app that has been designed with the exhibitionist in mind. It is available exclusively for iOS devices, such as the iPhone and the iPod Touch. It is not yet available for the iPad, although it will be sometime in the future.
Web 2.0 technologies are used to create an iOS web application – or iOS web-app that delivers a dedicated solution that behaves and looks just like a native iOS application. These web-apps run on Safari, and the unique implementation that provides all of the features of web browsing in iOS devices and uses touch- based gestures.
The amount of self-shot nude photos and amateur photography that are taken on these mobile devices is increasing on a daily basis. Up until now, it has been fairly easy to share images via email or MMS, but with iGoWild, it has become even easier.
However, Apple has a very strict policy when it comes to adult oriented content. Applications that contain any sort of adult content are not likely to get approved. The iGoWild web-app is too hot for the App Store.
A fair percentage of users of mobile devices are exhibitionists. Popular iOS applications get flooded with adult oriented content (nude photos, etc.) Either the user accounts are terminated or they are overlooked and unseen. Users have been looking for a platform to display their ‘artistic’ photos, but there was nothing available, until now.
The release of iOS 6 saw some important changes. Before iOS 6, users could not use Safari (the web browser on iOS devices) to upload files. They could only share videos and images by using an Apple approved application or send it via email or MMS. With iOS 6, users now have the ability to upload files using the Safari web browser. The iGoWild web-application utilizes that ability. The web-app is built for easy navigation on all iOS devices.
The iGoWild web-app is exclusive to iOS devices, so users will only be able to utilize it if they have an iPod Touch or iPhone. Both photos and videos are supported with this app; users can follow and ‘like’ the content. Although the application is web based, it behaves like a native app. You do not install the application – users must go to the website in order to use the iGoWild service. For more information visit http://igowild.com.