Serious question: Do people use Tumblr for anything besides porn? Because I certainly don’t. And judging by the platform’s latest iOS update, the microblogging site has accepted this fate and, feeling generous, has made porn access through your iPhone easier than ever. Hip. Hip. Hooray!

Of the change, Tumblr’s Help Center explains, “Previously, you would tap the little lock (the one that appeared when you pressed and dragged the filtering opens — like top, recent, etc. — to the left) to show or hide NSFW content in your search results.”

Now all you’ve got to do is open the Settings on your iPhone and you’ll see a brand new “Safe Search” option under the Tumblr app. By turning it off, you’re opening yourself up to a bevvy of underground porn you may have never known existed when visiting popular streaming sites. Trust me, I speak from experience.

According to website analytics service SimilarWeb, “adult” content is the most popular category on the site, accounting for 21 percent of total clicks. The second largest category, ”books and literature,” accounts for less than half of this figure with eight percent of clicks. With that considered, it’s safe to say that porn is Tumblr’s bread and butter, though they’ve made a point to say they don’t “host” this lewd content. It’s embedded.

While the update may not seem like much in a general sense, it’s a bigger deal when you consider Apple’s strict policies regarding NSFW content from user-generated platforms. Of its firm guidelines, Steve Jobs famously joked, “Folks who want porn can buy an Android phone.”

According to TechCrunch, the only explanation for this change is that this new setting will be locked down through Apple’s updated parental controls in the near future. However, this is not currently the case.

The site continues speculating why Apple has adopted a new relaxed stance on pornography. “It’s possible that Apple will roll out improved parental controls in the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 11, which is expected to be announced at WWDC this summer.”

The pub guesses that Apple directed Tumblr to implement this setting in preparation for this change, but Tumblr was quicker than anticipated so now Apple has to play catch up. Other apps where adult content can be a concern–like Google, Twitter and Reddit–don’t currently offer this same switch in the Settings. For now, the feature only exists on Tumblr.

Judging by the numbers, it’s good timing, as accessing porn through our smartphones has never been more popular. According to Pornhub’s 2016 year in review, most people watch explicit content on their phones. 61 percent, to be exact. This amounted to a nine percent increase from 2015. Desktops were the second most popular digital device with 28 percent, a figure that dropped eight percent from the year prior. Tablets only accounted for 11 percent.

So before Apple goes and ruins everything this summer, give Tumblr’s pornography a shot. If you haven’t already, you’re in for a treat.