iChatr Has Been Removed From The App Store

The iChatr application has currently been removed from the App Store due to reports of a number of users exposing themselves during the random video chat sessions.

We are currently discussing possible solutions to the problem with Apple.

(This is why we can’t have nice things.)

30 Responses to “iChatr Has Been Removed From The App Store”

  1. Ronald Stepp says:

    a block feature might do the trick. surely if the iphone can connect me to a given random person with another iphone, it knows enough for me to block it?

    I tried it for several hours the other night and actually did find a couple people with whom I could just shoot the breeze for a minute or two.

  2. Ronald Stepp says:

    Oh yeah, if you are the guys who wrote this app, pretty nifty, but Good Lord is it hard to find you.

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  21. MethodicJon says:

    I had the displeasure to see a couple having full-on intercourse and saw more sausage then a German festival. I agree it needed to be removed.

    A few bad seeds ruined a great app.

    I’m sure a solution is a pain, but maybe a flagging / banning system, 5 flags = 1 day ban. As a flag happens send a photo of both local and remote for records.

    Track flagging and those who are abusing the flagging get banned for 1 week.

    Something like that. Again, sad people were pervs. Great app.

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  24. Andy says:

    Develop it for Google Android!

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