Planet Pron developer calls Steve Jobs a "porn-hating wuss"

Porn app developer voices frustration at Apple’s no-smut rule
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Porn app developer Spencer Julian has voiced his frustration at Apple’s restrictions on smut.

Julian, developer of porn app Planet Pron, told PCR sister publication ME that: "Steve Jobs was a porn-hating wuss, hence why we've adopted Android. After realising the adult app market is completely untapped, we decided to nut up and build Planet Pron.

"The experience is better than going through the browser, and just for peace of mind, and there are minimal permissions requested. And there's no intrusive or pop-up advertising and no worry about browser history/cookies."

Read ME's full story here.

Planet Pron features a tube-like layout, comprising of galleries and videos. The app comes with three subscription choices, free, Pro (includes zooming, HQ content and the option to save favourites), or Premium (which removes adverts for six months).

Apple adopts a ‘zero tolerance’ policy on smut and with the app store hitting its 24th billion download back in March 2012, it doesn’t seem to be too bothered about cashing in on the lucrative porn industry.

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