Apple has officially approved the iFart Mobile application for distribution through the iTunes App Store.

Placed on review for several months along with other innovative applications, Apple had remained silent but deadly as they sought to determine which kinds of applications would be appropriate for their devices. Apple’s rejection and/or holding pattern of selected applications has made news throughout the web with articles written on MacDailyNews, The LA Times, Wired Magazine, The Guardian, TechCrunch, Venture Beat and other web sites. Many criticized Apple for their approval and selection process indicating that their censorship of applications was arbitrary.

But now, finally, Apple has loosened their collective sphincter and made iFart Mobile, a Digital Sound Machine and entertainment system which brings laughs and enjoyment to its users, available via iTunes App Store. iFart even has a built-in security system designed to surprise and discourage iPhone theft, as well as a “Sneak Attack” function:

When someone tries to snatch your phone, they’ll be in for a shock when they’re blasted by your chosen sound effect. Most thieves know how to lie, but “it wasn’t me” isn’t going to work with iFart.

Sneak Attack allows users to simply pull out their iPhone or iPod touch, choose a sound effect, and set the timer up to 30 seconds. Then place your device in a strategic location and move silently away before detonation.

iFart Mobile is available for download in the iTunes App Store for 99-cents here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Carl H” for the heads up.]

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