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Even with Microsoft’s stands against Adult Apps for Windows Phone which they outline as
we don’t allow apps containing “sexually suggestive or provocative” images or content. What we do permit is the kind of content you occasionally see on prime-time TV or the pages of a magazine’s swimsuit issue.
We have seen apps that ends up on the marketplace that we feel contain sexually suggestive or provocative content. These adult apps for windows phone comes in various forms and today we see the infamous Puff app clone ( I don’t think its by the same developer , but someone who has probably ripped off that work .. another reason why the app should be removed ? ) up on the marketplace. We have seem similar work on Windows Mobile and I am willing to bet iPhone [ gizmodo ] and Android had some form of this app at some stage.
Q : When do you know a mobile platform is successful ?
A : When the platform starts to attract adult apps ..
Microsoft has said NO to porn / adult content ( but there are a few lewd looking app icons on there ) on the marketplace but that has not stopped a developer Devil-Y Software from releasing porn / adult apps for the platform. The developer has released a client for tube8 which brings adult video content to Windows Phone called Tube8 and if you are after images there is an app called PixChan7 that brings xxx images to your windows phone. You will need to have an unlocked windows phone to sideload these apps on to your device.
Smash hit Japanese cool sexy gravure “MOSATSU” after its success on the iPhone now enters windows mobile thanks to the effort from y2ksatan from xda-developers. Plz note the images are NSFW and some of them features full nudity. The app features a few models and it might be possible add your own by editing the “Models” directory. There is no cab just download the zip and extract the content to your device and run the .exe file. some images does have alignment issues but if you are too fussy about it you can edit it yourself.
I just got a message from El-Alem the developer of hdWobble.
” Hi, folks! It’s me again with the latest version of the hdWobble app. Although it looks like the previous one, this version is done from scratch. It is based on the OpenGL ES library for Windows mobile. I recently got my self a new HTC HD2 phone, and since it is supporting multitouch technology I decided to see if I can use it in this app. As it is shown in the video, I managed to implement pinch-zooming and rotation of the loaded image as well as resizing of the wobbling area. There are lots of things that need to be polished and implemented, but I hope that this version will live to see it, unlike the previous one. There is no download available yet. At first it will be released only for the HTC HD2 device. As soon as it is completed I will release it for download. Not sure yet if it is going on the Marketplace or not. Anyway, enjoy the existing app and this clip, and stay tuned for the updates. “
Video of the new version after the break ( NSFW)
It seems PocketPC developers are taking a nasty turn with some eye catching applications being released every other day. Last week we have had enough from users about the first iBoobs clone of PocketPC ie HDWobble. This time it gives us immense pleasure(of course you would have the same) to introduce another nice eye catching iBoob clone for Touch HD users.
There have been reports of people not feeling too much happy about non-operation of HDWooble on their pocketpc, Anyway without wasting much of time here we are with another shakky ;) application for Touch HD users. It is based on G-sensor & gives almost a similar looks to that of Pamela. LOL.
Similar Wobbler App for Windows Phone version here
Who says windows mobile cant be fun, have you guys the seen the number of free fun apps on Windows Mobile and more are being developed every day. This one is an app with huge potential it was a huge success on the iPhone app store by the name of iWobble now elAlem from xda-developers has put together an app called hdWobble which brings the “bouncy-bouncy” fun on to Windows Mobile.