Murderdrome comic refused entry into the App Store

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Digital comic creation company, Infurious, is lobbying for a rating system on the App Store after its first entry was refused by Apple.

The company's comic, Murderdrome, was apparently refused by Apple because its content may offend some people. According to the SDK guidelines, Apple does have the right to refuse an application for this reason.

However, Infurious wants Apple to implement a rating system similar to the ones its uses in other parts of the iTunes Store. Music has an "Explicit" tag on songs and albums that have coarse language, and movies have "PG" or "R" ratings.

The company has posted a video of the working application on its Web site.

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