Naughty Cities App Reveals 'Plan B' After iTunes Block
LONDON — Despite having its app pulled from Apple's iTunes store only a little after a week for questionable adult content, Naughty Cities isn't taking the denial lying down.
XBIZ has learned that the company was ready for the block and will execute a new plan to provide iPhone users with its city-based app that directs users to adult businesses.
Developed by Naughty Labs, company chief Antonis Argyros told XBIZ, "Well, as I said in our posts, we got deleted. The official explanation was that they had a problem with the content even though we were very carefull not to add any nude photos on the application or website.
"This was something we were expecting to happen (not so fast, to be honest) that's why we have 'plan B' in order to get in touch with iPhone users."
Argyros explained that "plan B" involves "cydia," a "directory of applications usable on a jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch" as a work around and plans call for Naughty Cities to publish next week.
"So the summary is that we will continue with Android (after publishing our new version we have received five-star ratings) and execute plan B," Argyros said.