CUPERTINO, Calif. - While Apple has nixed any adult content on iPhones through its application store, a titillating cam show, "Her G Spot Live," managed to sneak under the radar on Thursday morning when it appeared as a part of the programming on Ustream, a new iPhone app.
The New York Daily News reports "G Spot" featured a barely-clad woman suggestively teasing viewers suggestively until she finally took it all off out of view. The newspaper said about 300 viewers complained there was no nudity and also questioned the show's claim to be live.
Apple has yet to comment on the performance, but as of Thursday afternoon, the free program was still available on iTunes, though no longer appeared on the Apple website.
Techcrunch reported two days after its release, the Ustream application was No. 1 in the app store's entertainment section, and ranked the sixth most-popular free application overall.
Within its first 48 hours of availability, the company said the program received 214,000 downloads.
The application delivers live and archived streams from Ustream.tv to iPhones and iPod Touch devices.