1. I Am Rich
What should have been pulled from the App Store for serving no purpose what so ever, German developer Armn Heinrich's app simply included a red gem in the middle of the iPhone screen that floated around and cost $999.99. In the greatest bout of absurdity, eight people actually forked out for it, which was clearly then time for Apple to step in and remove the nonsensical waste of cash.
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Banned iPhone apps. Some made it back into the App Store, others were not so fortunate. Here's 12 of the most controversial iPhone apps
Rejected, withdrawn, or just vilified by the public, these Apple iPhone apps kicked up more than a little fuss when they tried to make it onto the Apple App Store shelves. As Twitter's new Vine app experiences some porn problems we take a look back at the controversial apps for the iPhone that felt the wrath of the Apple regulators. Prepare to shake your head in disgust...
For all the best iPhone apps that did make it into iTunes, head to the T3 App Chart.