Apple Approves Provocative iPhone Application

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Apple has just approved a controversial iPhone application that some may consider sexist and provocative.

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Apple has just approved a controversial iPhone application that some may consider sexist and provocative.

The new "Shake That Booty" iPhone application at http://www.visionairedesign.com can also be found on iTunes. A woman in tight jeans is doing the obvious: "shaking her booty" with the iPhone touch screen or by shaking the phone.

Apple's approval of such a potentially offensive application is rare: it recently rejected the iBoobs application, which allowed users to wobble a pair of breasts. Apple said it had "objectionable content."

The Shake That Booty application is only 99 cents.

"Shake That Booty!" was designed specifically for the iPhone and iPod Touch, taking advantage of the touch-screen, as well as the iPhones's built-in accelerometer.

Visionaire Design, based in Tesuque, N.M., was founded in 2008 and is best known for its Android and Web 2.0 applications. Its team consists of programmers and developers from around the world. For more information, visit http://www.visionairedesign.com.

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