The developer of Pull My Finger, an iPhone application, told MacRumors that Apple decided to reject his application from the App Store because it was of "limited utility to the broad iPhone and iPod touch user community".

The puerile application generates different sounds of flatulence, and while the developer knows its not world-shattering, he (rightly) argues that it’s only a bit of fun – and there’s many other limited use apps in the App Store. We ask, has Apple become far too judgmental? Comments…


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