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Currently Mikandi's app store and only works on Android devices, although support for RIM's Black Berry and Windows Mobile/Windows Phone is in the works.

Obviously, due to Apple's stringent policies towards adult content in their App Store, you'll never see anything like Mi Kandi or on an i OS-based device like the i Phone 4.

Mi Kandi's new Sex Chat Live application (video, NSFW) allows you to have intimate video calls with adult sex workers in the privacy of your own home and on the Android device of your choice. If you ask any i Phone 4 user what one of their most favorite features of their new smartphone is, chances are, they'll probably say either the Retina Display or Face Time, a built-in VOIP application that allows for 1 to 1 video chat over Wi-Fi connections using the i Phone 4's front-facing VGA video camera with other i Phone 4 users.

Currently, most Android phones lack front-facing video cameras, and no Google-designed equivalent to Face Time -- such as a Video-enabled "Talk" app for Android currently exists, although webcam-enabled GTalk desktop clients have had video capability for some time now.

(November 2009) When I first covered Mi Kandi, the store only had one adult application to offer.

Now the store has many dozens of applications, which span a wide range of lifestyle choices and categories.

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The recently released Sprint EVO 4G is one of the few Android handsets to include a front-facing video camera.

Also Read: Will The Adult Industry Drive Android Adoption?

Due to the "Duplication of Functionality" clause in Apple's SDK agreement, it's that many competing apps to Face Time will ever be developed -- such as a video-enabled Google Talk, or perhaps a Cisco video conferencing app which would permit interaction with their Cius devices or their corporate video conferencing/telepresence systems, or a video-enabled version of Skype, for that matter.

I won't count competing apps to Face Time out entirely since Opera for i Phone was approved, which duplicates Safari's functionality in i OS (It already appears that a Chatroulette-style application for i Phone 4, i Chatr, was recently yanked from the App Store by Apple due to the fact that people were PRIVATELY using the application to "expose themselves".

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