Hundreds of new sexist and mostly tasteless iPhone apps like Japanese Boobs, Bold Babes, Army Tank Skanks and Asian Pantyhose 21 arrive in the App Store on a daily basis. They all offer viewers cheap photo thrills highly charged with sexual content featuring scantily clad woman on demand for a buck.
iPhone developer Elam Nikserof, is convinced that discerning men are ready for a change, ready for something far more modest to drool over. He plans to put his convictions to the test with the launch of his culturally sensitive, "less is more" app debut called Burqa Babes.
"I want to stimulate the imagination first," said Nikserof. "There's absolutely nothing like Burqa Babes in the App Store. It allows users to 'get jiggy with it' without violating their personal beliefs. I'm planning to make a Burqalicious Babes calendar next year from the photos submitted."
Burqa Babes is expected to sell for $1.99 when it finally hits the App Store, featuring countless photos of woman covered from head to toe in traditional burqa fashions. The app would allow users to upload their own content with geo-tagging and the ability to favorite their own group of shrouded hotties.
Nikserof has at least two more apps being prepped for launch through his company Tossoff LLC, including the man-tastic Urban Turbins and Crazy Camel Toe. I asked Elam about including the risqué play on words with the term "camel toe" to round out his epic trifecta of iPhone apps.
"That one is exactly as advertised," Nikserof said about his Crazy Camel Toe app. "It's going to feature hysterical photos of ladies in public sporting the obvious camel toe. The app will let users rate them. I have to recoup my investment somehow in case my other apps fail. Crazy Camel Toe is my back-up plan."
With Apple's latest puritanical restrictions banning apps "that are for any purpose of excitement or titillation" including bikini's, Mr. Nikserof's idea may be right on time.