Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 5th Aug 2009 08:38 UTC
Apple "[Ninjawords] is a terrific app - pretty much exactly what I've always wanted in an iPhone dictionary, and, yes, with both a better user experience and better dictionary content than the other low-cost dictionaries in the App Store. But Ninjawords for iPhone suffers one humiliating flaw: it omits all the words deemed "objectionable" by Apple's App Store reviewers, despite the fact that Ninjawords carries a 17+ rating. Apple censored an English dictionary. A dictionary. A reference book. For words contained in all reasonable dictionaries. For words contained in dictionaries that are used every day in elementary school libraries and classrooms."
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Comment by gogothebee
by gogothebee on Wed 5th Aug 2009 09:20 UTC
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Please, refer to more blocked applications by Apple. This is the insane closed company politics. As illogical as it may sound, right now Windows Mobile is the most open platform for writing and distributing mobile applications.

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