The birds and the bees have been around as long as there have been parents and babies, but that’s never stopped folks from trying to improve the basic process. Lately there’s been a big boom in dating apps like Tinder, Match, Mamba, and OkCupid. One new app was supposed to increase safety – but suddenly it’s been shut down and yanked from the market.
The app which was supposed to clarify when "yes" means "yes" and "no" means "no" has been shut down by Apple after 9 glorious days.
The idea for the app itself, came in response to a bill California Governor Jerry Brown signed that would make the Golden State the first to require, "affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity" on college campuses. Requirements would also have to be adopted for colleges to follow when investigating reports of sexual misconduct.
Once it was pulled from the App Store, app creator Le Ann Allman decided it best to remove it from Google Play as well. She even went so far as to shut down the website.
I guess you could say that Allman is good to go pursue other interests.