More Apple Censorship – Radiation app rejected by Steve Jobs

Want to monitor your iPhone’s radiation levels? So far, not to be found at Apple’s App Store.Steve Jobs last year reportedly rejected, in a two-word email, an app for monitoring radiation from Tawkon. So the Israeli-based developer on Wednesday posted instructions on downloading the tool, also called tawkon, by circumenventing Apple via Cydia (an app for finding software unavailable through Apple’s App Store)To read this Los Angeles Times report in full, see:
latimesblogs.latimes.com/technology/2011/03/radiation-app-rejected-by-steve-jobs.html

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