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Adult app store MiKandi builds workaround to launch the first third-party Chrome app store

Adult app company MiKandi has worked around Google developer restrictions — again. The Seattle-based startup made headlines this past summer after releasing the first-ever pornography app for Google Glass that allowed people to record sexual content on their Glass and share it with the Mikandi community. Shortly thereafter, Google updated its platform developer policies with a new section that banned sexually explicit material. Mikandi… Read More

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First porn app for Google Glass relaunches, stripped of explicit content

“Tits & Glass” is back … kind of. Earlier this month, Seattle-based adult app marketplace Mikandi got lots of attention for releasing the first-ever pornography app for Google Glass that allowed people to record sexual content on their Glass and share it with the Mikandi community. But just as they came out with “Tits & Glass,” Google updated its platform developer… Read More

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First porn app for Google Glass runs smack into new ban on explicit content

Follow-up: First porn app for Google Glass relaunches, stripped of explicit content Seattle-based adult app marketplace Mikandi is getting lots of attention — and traffic — for releasing the first-ever pornography app for Google Glass. But a new ban on sexually explicit content on the high-tech specs is putting the app’s future in jeopardy. Mikandi unveiled “Tits & Glass,”… Read More

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After bending to Apple, adult ‘app market’ MiKandi awaits outcome of trademark fight

Microsoft and Amazon.com aren’t the only companies hoping to see Apple stumble in its attempt to trademark the phrase “app store.” Seattle-based MiKandi.com, which operates an adult app store for Android devices, was forced to start using the phrase “app market” in its tag line after Apple served the company with cease-and-desist papers earlier this year over… Read More

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AT&T allowing Amazon Appstore on new (and some old) Android devices

One of the challenges for Amazon.com when it launched its Android Appstore in March was the inability for AT&T customers to access the marketplace on their devices, thanks to restrictions the carrier has traditionally placed on the installation third party apps not coming through the official Android Market. The companies promised at the time that the… Read More