Sexy Mobile Apps? iTunes Had Plenty Of Them!

Prior to 2010, there used to be lots of mobile applications at the iTunes store, the functions of which were more than a little naughty. Apple, however, did not take too kindly to the more titillating of such apps – and most of them were banned, much to the disappointment of many iPhone-users worldwide. We here look back at some really sexy mobile apps that are either no longer available, or still have a presence at iTunes:

1. Bikini Blast – Images of hotbods in itsy-bitsy bikinis – that was what this rather plainly-named iPhone app offered to users. The photos (at least most of them) were pretty aesthetically captured – and there were hardly any hint of vulgarity. Probably Apple was not aware that much more objectionable images could be viewed in any standard ‘R’-rated movie. Bikini Blast was sexy, but definitely not lewd.

2. Sexy Game – Gaming app with a touch of erotica about it. Sexy Game represented the height of imaginativeness on the part of mobile app developers – who included a virtual wheel in the application. The wheel had to be spun (practically, a variant of ‘Spin The Bottle’), and if you won, you got to… well… touch any body part of a scorching member of the opposite sex. There were even personalized setting options, to make the game even more interesting.

3. LoveLine – This one is basically a knowledge-sharing app, and that’s probably why it escaped the wrath of Apple. Once LoveLine is set up and launched on your iOS device, the hypothetical Dr. Drew appears – providing all the relevant (and exciting!) details about the physical aspect of romance. Not quite the type of information you would want your kid to listen – but it’s not a bad app at all!

4. Puma Index – Feel that stockbrokers are boring, stiff-lipped professionals – with no feel for fun and excitement whatsoever? You would be surprised at the sheer number of Dow Jones executives who had the Puma Index application in their phone. There were virtual female models showcased in the app – each representing a company’s share. As share prices started to fall, the models began to strip (you read that right!). It’s a good thing that no other mobile app development company has yet thought of creating such a ‘business-meets-pleasure’ application!

5. iJiggly – Okay, this app did reek of perversion, and deserved to be ousted from the iTunes store (it should not have been included in the first place!). There were no other features on this application other than displaying a pair of jiggling… well, you probably have already guessed what. High-schoolers with vivid fantasies were saddened when iJiggly was banned, but parents heaved a sigh of relief.

6. Maxim – Every issue of the magazine is filled with pictures of scantily-clad celebs, and its mobile app version did not take much time to become popular either. The application can be downloaded for free, while a nominal price has to be paid – for getting the hot cover photos of new issues. During a long, boring day, gazing at an hourglass figure is a pretty cool idea, right?

7. Adult Sex Life – The name says it all. An average expert on iPhone app development cannot possibly imagine about the in-depth details regarding sexual positions, pleasure-giving during physical intercourses, and even orgasm information that this ‘strictly for adults’ application provided. If you had a steady partner, you could keep track of her intercourse ‘performances’ as well.

8. Eucalyptus – Only staring at semi-naked bodies is not quite your thing? Among the slightly erotic iPhone reading apps, Eucalyptus is probably the most noteworthy. Nearly 21000 famous sexual literature can be read on this app – including the Indian bible of sex education, Kamasutra. It is a paid app – but hey, the thrill of reading such sexy texts make the expense more than worth it!

9. iGirl – When Apple announced that iGirl was going to be banned, many young adults almost felt the pain of a breakup. The mobile app developers of this one have to be credited for creating an app that had become the veritable pocket-girlfriend of thousands of users worldwide. Apart from interacting with the virtual babe, people could also tell her to pose in sultry, seductive positions. With iGirl gone, a fine source of sexy fun for iPhone owners was lost.

10. What’s Your Sex Appeal? – Probably the least objectionable of the apps mentioned on this list. This one is still available for download, and it helps you to confirm (or otherwise!) whether you are indeed a handsome hunk or not. The app is designed in the format of a fun quiz (comprising of twenty questions). If you answer them truthfully, you will get an idea of your hotness quotient.

11. Playboy – Since the ban on sexy iPhone apps, developers have stayed well clear of making apps like the one for Playboy magazine. Right from almost naked (but fit!) female bodies and vulgar jokes, to racist comments – the app had it all, and it getting banned was, for all purposes, only a matter of time. The Playboy application did not feature full nudity – but it was still way too bold for the Apple authorities.

12. PeekaBabe – Played the ‘Peek-a-Boo’ game as a child? This naughty (with a hint of perversion) app functioned in basically the same manner. You could, by shaking the iPhone or tapping on the screen, catch a glimpse of the lingerie that the otherwise fully-clothed lady inside the app was wearing. PeekaBabe was nothing short of an absolute delight for voyeuristic, slightly frustrated users – who mourned when the app disappeared from iTunes.

Flirt By So Sexy was a mighty popular app which got banned because it portrayed images and live videos of real girls in… erm… PG-13 positions. iHottiez and iSteam were removed from the app store due to roughly similar reasons. If you are a fan of sweaty, sexy exercising, you might have already used the Gymbabes application on your smartphone. Apple currently has a strong stand against apps with any sort of sex-connotations – but previously, things were a lot more spicy!

What’s Up With the Latest Mobile Apps?

With mobile application trends taking over the market, more and more people are using their smartphones to access to the internet, thus eradicating the use of personal computers. According to a recent study, using a smartphone for making phone calls is the fifth most popular use of the gadget. So, if you are among those, who still think that mobile phones are all about making and receiving calls, then you definitely need to give it a second thought.

These days, people spend more time using their android phones to browse internet, check mails, social networking, gaming, music and downloading mobile apps. With smart phones gaining popularity, many devices and brands have started penetrating in the market. According to a recent analysis, more than 1.8 million mobile apps have been downloaded more than 70 billion times and the number is continuously increasing. Some of the best-selling mobile apps in the year 2013 are:

Whats App Messenger: This is a simple, spontaneous and a fantastic alternative to sending text messages, which are chargeable. It allows people to send messages, share photos, audio files and videos. But the best part is that it is completely free. According to a recent report, India is the 3rd largest smartphone market after China and US that has downloaded maximum number of messaging applications. So, the Japanese messaging application provider is aiming to double its user base in India to 20 million by the year-end.

Imo Messenger: This free app supports everything from Facebook to Skype and people can link up to multiple accounts. Voice calls, multimedia files or even group messaging sessions, users have endless flexibility to use this multi-platform solution.

Tapatalk Forum App: If you wish to browse and post on forums without any hassles, then this is the right app. You can keep yourself updated with all the threads in the simple interface of Tapatalk by just paying a few bucks.

Dolphin Browser: This is a competitor of Chrome that offers Sonar, add-on support and gesture. With these in your mobile, you can search, navigate with voice commands, bookmark and even share. It offers more than 55 add-ons to choose from and is absolutely free.

Best Apps Market: If you are too confused about choosing the best apps in the market, then this is the right tool. This is free and allows you to organize your downloads with the help of handpicked lists and tools.

This is not it. There are plenty of other mobile apps like GasBuddy, Widegtsoid, iTriage Mobile Health, Chrome Beta, Pulse News and Swift Key 3 keyboard, which are available for free of cost and are absolutely mind-blowing.

The 10 Proven Best Free Mobile Messaging Apps

Developers the world over are constantly innovating. They design and develop messaging apps that let us stay connected conveniently to each other in this fast-paced modern world. Most of these apps require you to subscribe or pay to download and install. Quite a good number though are available absolutely free-of-charge.

We are going to highlight, and briefly explain, our selection of the top ten best free mobile messaging apps as of the year 2018. These apps generally let users make free voice and video calls, share instant messages, photos, and even text messages. We hope this will help you get started hassle-free. A selection of the 10 proven best free mobile messaging Apps.

#1: WhatsApp

This is perhaps the king of mobile messaging apps. It was jointly developed by Brian Acton and Jan Kuom. The app was taken over by Facebook Inc. in February 2014. It presently boasts of over 1.5 billion total users who are spread out in over 180 countries. It is also visited by 450 million users monthly and 315 million users daily.

The app basically lets users send each other instant messages, make video and voices calls, and send free text messages among other features. It does have a payment option which, at the moment, is limited to India alone. This is the WhatsApp Pay feature. All the transactions are processed by the Unified Payments Interface.

#2: Facebook Messenger

Closely trailing WhatsApp is the Facebook Messenger. As the name suggests, it was indeed developed by and is owned by Facebook Incorporated. It boasts 1.4 billion active users as of December 2017. It is presently installed on 87.5% of all Android devices in circulation. It does have a payment option which is still in beta version at the moment.

This messaging app enables two Facebook users to chat, exchange files and photos, make video calls, and even send each other text messages. It does not require the subscribers to share their telephone contacts as each user logs in with his Facebook username.

#3: WeChat

WeChat stands apart from the top messaging apps in that it originates from the most unlikely location – China. By the close of the year 2017, it had around 963 million monthly active users. It is basically a social chatting tool that lets its users chat freely with their friends. It also has a friend-finder tool which enables you to track the location of your contacts via the GPRS functionality.

It does support a range of payment options. These include Native In-App Payments, QR Code, Quick Pay, and In-App Web-Based. Because of this, it brings along the benefit of utmost convenience to its users.

#4: Telegram

This Russian-developed instant messaging app is cloud-based. This simply means that it stores all the conversations, files, and data in a cloud. It thereafter avails this data to its users regardless of their precise locations on the globe. It grants its users the ability to send instant messages, exchange photos, files, videos, audio, and stickers.

At the moment, it has 180 million active users globally. The app has variants that are compatible with various operating systems and platforms. Among these are iOS, Android, MacOS, Windows Phone, Linux, and Windows NT.

It also has a payment option. This option basically acts as an intermediary between the end user-payer, the bot developer, and their preferred payment platform.

#5: Snapchat

In sharp contrast to other mobile messaging apps, Snapchat is multimedia. This simply means that it handles and transfers files of various formats and types. It lets users chat instantly, share files and photos, and hold live video conferencing, among others.

It had a whopping 187 million daily users as of the end of 2017. It is also available in 22 languages and is mainly popular among North American and European teens.

Other than sending each other messages, the app also allows users to send money to one another. The money is relayed by use of Square Cash’s email payment platform.

#6: Line

Unlike most other mobile messaging apps that are restricted to mobile devices, Line accommodates several electronics. It can work well via cellphones, personal computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. It is free-of-charge and commands an active user base of about 217 million people. It is mainly restricted to Asia though.

With this app, users can chat; make conference voice and video calls, exchange photos and stickers, and even play games! It does have a payment platform called LINE Pay. This provides a secure and trustworthy payment service.

#7: KIK

Developed by the Canadian company, KIK Interactive, this software is a freeware instant messaging mobile app. It is available free-of-charge via the iOS and Android operating systems. It is also free to operate as it utilizes your smartphone’s data plan or the Wi-Fi connectivity to send and receive mobile web pages, instant messages, videos, photos, and sketches.

In the year-ended 2017, it had 300 million active users. It is especially popular among US teens. The app launched its own digital currency called Kin. With this currency, users will be able to earn and buy items from inside the app.

#8: IMO

IMO supports and works well alongside other big instant messaging names like Yahoo!, AIM, Google Talk, Facebook Chat, and MSN Messenger. It basically lets you chat instantly with all your contacts in the aforementioned social networking sites. This saves you a great deal of time and effort as it absolves you from the need to log in to those sites separately.

Other than sending and receiving instant messages, the app also lets users make and receive video and voice calls, for free! At the end of 2017, the app had been downloaded 500 million times especially by the younger range of teenagers.

#9: Viber

Founded in 2003, this social chatting app bears several similarities with most other mobile messaging apps. It is cross-platform in that it can work well across several operating systems and platforms. Examples of these are iOS, Microsoft Windows, Android, Linux, and MacOS. It had a whopping 980 million registered users worldwide as of the year-ended 2017.

Apart from merely chatting, the app also enables its users to make phone calls to each other, absolutely free! Other than that, it also enables users to exchange media – like images and video records. It has no payment platform of its own.

#10: Kakaotalk

Closing our list of the top mobile messaging apps is this free mobile instant messaging application for smartphones. With a pretty small user base of just about 49.7 million10, this app is mainly limited to South Korea and much of Asia. It does have a bright future though as more and more people are anticipated to download it in the future.

The app is loaded with free text and free call features. It also works well across several platforms as MacOS, Bada OS, Android OS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Windows, and Nokia Asha.

It also comes along with KakaoPay which basically allows users to pay for certain products online using their KakaoTalk account. It also allows users to safely transfer money to their respective bank account from their Kakaotalk chat. They do this without necessarily using any of their authentication certificate or one-time-password (OTP).


Mobile apps for Android and iOS are indeed here to stay. Moreover, they also play a crucial role in enhancing how we connect to and share with people all around us. You just cannot afford to overlook them at all; not when you own a smartphone.

For this reason, you have to make every effort to download and install at least one of the free mobile messaging apps. The 10 best free mobile messaging apps we have identified and reviewed above will usually give you the much-needed starting point.