500px, the popular photo-sharing app, has been pulled from iTunes. According to TechCrunch , the app, along with its partner ISO500, were pulled because of disagreement over an updated version, which would have allowed users to see nude images in search results. 500px COO Evgeny Tchebotarev says that the new update would have kept nude images out of search results by default, but users would have been able to log in via desktop and turn off the “safe” settings. Tchebotarev says 500px offered to address the issue in an update, but that because the timeframe was too tight, Apple pulled the apps instead.
500px photo apps pulled from iTunes, allegedly over nude photos