Me So Holy is not so holy, Apple says
Apparently Apple has rejected a request for an iPhone application that would allow someone to superimpose their face or someone else’s onto the face of religious figures like Jesus, a nun or the Virgin Mary.
The developers of the Me So Holy application have posted a statement about the rejection on their Web site at www.mesoholy.com.
The developers said have a similar application that allows people to superimpose their face or someone else’s on an animal.
In their statement the developers said the feel that “Apple is being too sensitve to its perceived user group and are disappointed that this otherwise creative, freethinking company would reject such a positive and fun application.”
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