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From iFart to iSperm: Apple Apps Go Highbrow

DiscoblogBy Rachel CernanskyMar 18, 2009 3:32 PM
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It wasn’t mentioned in Mac’s official software update, but iPhone (and iPod Touch) users can now download one of the most...titillating applications yet: iSperm. To play, you tap, shake, and tease the phone to guide an individual sperm down a "fallopian tube" in the race to fertilize an egg. The Mobigem game, now available for $0.99 on iTunes, is designed to demonstrate the stiff competition a sperm faces when it is released into the race for fertilization. Strange, perhaps—though the title of most promiscuous iPhone app should probably be saved for its use as a personalized sex toy. Related Content: Discoblog: Return of the Hi-Tech Condomed Finger! Discoblog: Today in iPhones: The Taliban Can Have Them, Melinda Gates Can’t Cosmic Variance: The Best Calculator Ever DISCOVER: Sperm Cells Demonstrate Some Brotherly Solidarity

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