iPhone app news: Viz Profanisaurus hits App Store
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The Viz Profanisaurus - the legendary rude slang dictionary - has transcended to a new medium with its first iPhone app.
The swearing bible, edited by the publication's fictional Roger Mellie "The Man on the Telly" character, features over 12,000 dirty definitions from "Ale Force Winds" to "Zipper Zeppelin" and comes to your iPhone or iPod touch for £1.49.
"Cross-linked entries enable you to finally make sense of what a sleeping fruit bat is and why you'd never want to mention knuckle glitter in polite company," says that app's brazen description on the App Store.
Naturally, the app allows you to share the sniggers with your Facebook and Twitter followers, while singling out your top definitions in the favourites section.
The arrival of the uncensored app is a curious one considering Apple's previous record with close-to-the-mark apps, baring sexual content, which Roger's profanisaurus.