Apple has reinstated the popular 500px photography application in its iTunes App Store following a swift update on behalf of the developers over nudity concerns.
After being pulled for serving up inappropriate imagery, 500px has made its way back in the iOS App Store for iPhone and iPad.
Should a user fancy provocative pictures, he / she is now required to log in with valid 500px credentials. As an added layer of security, if someone finds a photo completely inappropriate they can hit the new “report this photo” button to flag it.
500px version 2.0.3 also fixes an issue that would redirect a user after logging in, as well as a bug that caused the app to partially download photos. The app remains compatible with all iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad models that support iOS 5.