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Explicit Apps Are Back in the App Store - Almost [UPDATED]

Remember when Apple removed all the “explicit content apps” from the App Store? Well, Apple is getting ready to put them back in. By visiting these two URLs (here and here) seems like the categories are ready, are there’s one for the iPad as well.

The categories are currently empty, and I suppose it’s because they’re not actually ready yet. I think it’s just another technical error by some engineer at Apple.

Here are the screenshots.

Again, who’s gonna be fired for this?


The links are no longer working. Apple fixed the error, but in my opinion we’ll see the explicit apps coming back very soon.

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