And Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Timmy and the rest of the South Park gang! At least in the App Store.
The company has shot down a new proposed App from South Park Studios which would allow users to view show clips, download wallpapers, and load exclusive video files from the studio.
Unfortunately, the App itself got shot down. Apple turned down the studio's request to get the new South Park gizmo added into the iTunes App Store because it contained what Apple termed as "potentially offensive content."
Sort of odd reasoning, seeing as how Apple sells full episodes of the show in the iTunes store. Even more odd, seeing as how you can currently get such highbrow software as "Fart Lighter" and "Amazing Free Pick-up Lines."
Apple did offer South Park fans a bit of hope: the studio said that it was told by the company that its "standards" for offensive content were subject to change. Meaning if people complain loud enough, there's a good chance the app will be accepted sooner or later.
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