If I understand correct by the blog Techcrunch it looks like Apple are going to exercise their monopolistic powers by removing the application Evi from their App Store.
The application Evi is widely popular and works also on older versions of IOS but Apple has the right to remove applications that are offering similar functionality to what Apple also have developed.
I am all for competition and freedom of choice and this illustrates how bad and sad it can be if one vendor is excerising tight control (or should I say censorship).
Some vendors [like the great business daily Financial Times] are saying Sayonara to Apple's desire to control and are instead offering applications made on HTML5 that cannot be controlled by App Store. I guess as a publishing house you are not in favor of being censored so it felt natural with the FT taking the lead on this!
As smartphones are increasing demand we need to safeguard that software developers can reach out to customers without being overly controlled by companies like Apple.