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Topless babes offering up-front news analysis? There's an app for that...

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NSFW Today sees the launch of the Sun's iPad app which, for a small consideration, offers fanbois the chance to digest at leisure all of the paper's famous meaty goodness.

The Sun seen on the iPad

For the debut God Pad edition, we find the lovely Chloe offering her up-front analysis of the government's growth figures. Handily, you can zoom right in to ensure you get the full benefit of the Page 3 stunna's considerable insights:

Close up of Page 3 stunna Chloe

A hearty round of applause for the Sun for informing us that Chloe is aware of "the importance of growth in key areas", although we were initially concerned just how the Jubfinder General at the Church of Jobs would react to this apparent avoidance of the Mammary Star Chamber.

It turns out the paper has been granted an exemption from Apple's anti-obscenity laws because "downloading requires customers to confirm that they are 17 or over since the app 'contains age-restricted material'".

Accordingly, those of you under 17 and wishing to enjoy the Sun's full-fat coverage are advised to a) buy a paper copy in the local newsagents, or b) lie about your age. ®

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