It seems Apple Inc keeps a tab on it store and scrutinizes the available apps consistently. A closer look reveals as many as 11 apps that were hauled from the store that could manage to find a place only for a short period of time:
1. Flappy Bird: The last 24 hours of the app recorded as many as 10 million downloads. The media reports and the messages of the game addicts bothered its creator Dong Nguyen and he took it off from the store.
2. “Nescaline” which permitted its users to play entire Nintendo games on their Apple gadget supported by a multitouch features, could manage to stay in the App store only for a few hours.
3. “Weed Firm” secured its top position on in the App store until Apple hauled it. The game followed the story of a rusticated Botany student Ted Growing. The players controlled Ted, who interacted with other weed dealers and sold his produce at the highest possible price.
4. “camera+” app clicked pictures with better exposure than the device’s built-in camera. Besides it also allowed you to clock pictures using the volume button. Its upgraded version offered a feature with the help of which, camera could be linked to the Safari web browser by typing a URL.
5. HiddenApps: with the help of this app you could easily hide your default Apps that did not interest you. For instance if Newsstand or Stocks, which is a default App and doesn’t interests you, with the help of HiddenApps, you could make them disappear from the menu. It also permitted the user to disable iAds.
6. iDOS app allowed you to run DOS operating system on iOS platform and run the old classic PC software’s. The App got removed since users could copy iTunes code to it and access newer versions which also included some free games.
7. ‘iTether’ was another App which got de-listed from the App store. It was capable of establishing a wireless internet connection with your PC, hence saving a monthly charge of $20 for tethering by your wireless operator.
8. Super Nintendo Emulator was listed as “Remote File Manager” in the App store before it was spotted. The App did not only permit to view Dropbox files, it also backed a support for SNES emulator games which could be accessed within the App.
9. “Blockchain” got de-listed due to unresolved issues. The App had atleast one million users.
10. “VLC media player” was removed from the App store soon after its release, but continued to work for those who were quick enough to install it.IPAD CASE FOR KIDS
11. “Eye TV” allowed you to watch live television with the help of 3G network on you iPhone. The original version only permitted to record television but the upgraded version allowed the users to watch live TV. The App was removed since it contradicted Apple’s agreement with At&T that didn’t permit Apple to redirect TV signals over its mobile network.