Apple has yanked iChatr -- the chat-roulette-style app for iPhone 4 -- from the iTunes App Store.
If you're familiar with what goes on in these kinds of apps, the (predominantly male) nudity and sexual activity, then this probably doesn't come as much of a surprise. If you're not familiar, you probably downloaded it, became familiar quickly, and near instantly complained to Apple prompting the removal.
According to the developers, SKJM:
Jeff Scott from 148.apps adds:
Good luck with that. And as to Apple's second, open development platform, HTML5, we're not sure
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