There Is an App for What? Why Apple Had to Police the App Store.

ANITHA on April 23, 2010

Mobicip CEO, Suren Ramasubbu, in his article published in Huffington Post, talks about Apple's decision to police the App store, how ipod touches are adopted by schools as learning devices in K-12 education and Mobicip's key role in being an integral part of mobile learning.

Here's an excerpt:

"Apple's App Store is a runaway hit. At the same time, Apple has been labeled, for its mercurial and opaque App Store approval process, as "a joke", "inconsistent hypocrite", and "notorious for doing things on a whim without an explanation". The issue really hit developers when over 5000 apps with questionable and suggestive content were unceremoniously removed one fine day. Steve Jobs recently declared with characteristic flamboyance: "We do believe we have a moral responsibility to keep porn off the iPhone. Folks who want porn can buy and [sic] Android phone!"

To read the complete article, go to http://huff.to/asw5ke