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Apple Offers Apology for Baby Shaker App
Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 at 5:48 PM - by Bryan Chaffin
Apple has offered an apology for allowing the controversial iPhone app "Baby Shaker" to be approved for the App Store. The company issued a statement Thursday calling the approval a mistake, and apologizing for it.
"This application was deeply offensive and should not have been approved for distribution on the App Store," the company's statement said. "When we learned of this mistake, the app was removed immediately. We sincerely apologize for this mistake and thank our customers for bringing this to our attention."
Baby Shaker immediately drew the ire of parents and children protection groups like the Sarah Jane Brain Foundation upon its release. The game, developed and released by Sikalosoft, offers drawing of a baby and the sounds of a baby crying. To make the crying stop, users shake their iPhone until two red x marks appear over the baby's eyes.
Apple pulled the app earlier Thursday, and released the statement above apologizing later in the day.
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