I'm surprised they haven't done this sooner but South Park finally took aim at the scourge of iOS that is "freemium" apps and games. What they didn't focus on but which I've long argued is that Apple are complicit and supportive in these morally reprehensible apps that target people with addiction problems and addictive tendencies. Apple has taken minor steps here and there but is still largely supportive of freemium apps that have virtually no merit but use sophisticated tactics to target vulnerable individuals. Some of the "games" go so far as to even simulate real poker machines and let the player spend an infinite amount of real money without even any possibility of a real prize. Though I avoid freemium apps like the plague, they clog up the iTunes charts, particularly the highest grossing charts, making worthwhile apps difficult to find. I recently counted just two non-freemium apps in the top 20 highest grossing apps in the iOS store. Is it any wonder then why Apple chooses to turn a blind eye? It's about time Apple is shamed into taking further action against what has long been the scourge of iOS.