Apple (unsurprisingly) rejects game that requires you to throw an iPhone into the air

There’s a game out there called “Send Me To Heaven” that’s so incredibly malicious that we can’t believe it was actually developed. The idea is really simple: Start the app, hit a button, throw your mobile phone as high up into the air as you possibly can, and see if you can get a high score.

No, we’re not making this up, there’s an app that will measure how high you can throw your $600 phone. And according to Kotaku, Apple didn’t allow this game to hit the App Store because it encouraged “behavior that could result in damage to the user’s device.”

Is there an Android version? Yes, and Google doesn’t to mind that it exists, because hey, what’s so bad about one Android phone hitting the ground and shattering into a million pieces when over one million of them are being activated on a daily basis?

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  • Sebastian Rasch

    Ahaha I’m laughing my ass off here, this is so amazingly stupid! Awesome app. Pity it has been rejected! :D

  • Dalogan72

    great app.

  • mike

    But if the iPhone breaks, people will go out and buy a new one…. So why not allow this app in the store.

  • Youngone305

    Why would I want throw my phone in the air make no sense

  • Shawn Li

    At least Apple is trying to look out for their customers instead of focusing on profit :-)

  • yfournier