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Updated iPhone users are finally able to get pictures of naked girls on their phone thanks to the age-rating of applications that came with the last OS update, providing welcome relief to users who would otherwise struggle to find porn on the internet.

Hottest Girls is a $1.99 app that has been around for a while, serving pictures of girls who have inadvertently forgotten to put their outer clothes on.

But thanks to the 17+ rating the application has started updating with pictures of even-more forgetful girls, some of whom didn't even manage to get out of the shower before the photographer arrived.

Given the inexhaustible supply of such pictures on the internet one might wonder why anyone would pay even $1.99 for them, but that would be forgetting the insatiable appetite the public seems to have for such images. It seems likely that Hottest Girls is going to sell an awful lot of copies until everyone copies their business model.

Non-iPhone users will just have to content themselves with the slightly-less-hot girls available via the web, at least until porn arrives at the rest of the mobile application stores. ®

Update

As of Thursday morning, US fleshophiles who try to access Hottest Girls through the iTunes App Store receive instead the following nanny notification:

iTunes App Store

Of course, we were simply checking for reasons of editorial due diligence.

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