Chan Elite, along with certain other apps that provided access to the 4chan website have been removed from the App Store. http://legendarysoftwarelabs.com/2012/06/13/chan-elite-is-gone/ Apple cite "user generated objectionable content". A broad term if there ever was one. NSFW boards couldn't be viewed by default anyway, they had to be added manually. What's funny though is that Apple hasn't removed any Reddit or 9gag apps that feature plenty of "user generated objectionable content" and NSFW work content. In fact, there's plenty of apps on the App Store that offer "user generated objectionable content". What can be considered "user generated objectionable content" is far too subjective and it shouldn't be enforced in a "one rule for some, one rule for others" approach. It's not as even though the app added a new feature to break the rules. Everything it currently offers was there when Apple first approved it. Now, they decide to take it away - leaving everyone who paid for it out in the cold. Has anyone ever got a refund for an app that has been removed from the store? Regardless of it still being on my device currently, it won't be after an iCloud restore. Not to mention, the app would cease to work correctly as it would have certainly required future updates to ensure compatibility with the 4chan website.