Apple Pulls Down Another iPhone App – ‘I Am Rich’, But No One Is Really Complaining About This One

by DB on August 7, 2008

One more addition to the List of iPhone Apps pulled down from the iPhone apps store. An application by the name ‘I Am Rich’ has been pulled down by Apple. Frankly, this app was useless, did nothing and was being sold for $999.99. Why it was approved in the first place is in itself a mystery. All this app does is add a red ruby to the iPhone display. Wired blogger Brian Chen says –

“I Am Rich” will make you wonder whether developer Armin Heinrich is referring to you or himself — after he suckers enough tool bags into purchasing this useless piece of software. The app does nothing but display a red ruby; tapping a miniature i in the corner will load a secret mantra enabling you to “stay rich, healthy, and successful.”

As with other apps that were pulled down earlier, there is no comment from Apple about why this app was removed from the iTunes App Store.

Here is what the description of “I Am Rich” app read on iTunes before it was pulled down.

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