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Apple has removed from iTunes breaking smartphones an extreme application


Apple has removed the application from iTunes Send Me to Heaven & mdash; a game that offers the user as much as possible to throw up their smartphone. According to the American company, the game "provokes user behavior, which can lead to damage to the device."

Apple's opinion is confirmed by some users & mdash; In the Google Play store, where the game is still available, there are many negative reviews. "I broke my (Samsung Glaxy) S4, & mdash; writes one of the users. & mdash; I hope the developers had fun at the time I dropped my phone. "

"At the corner of my RAZR is already a good" kotsk "", & mdash; says the other one who downloaded Send Me to Heaven. The developers of the game do not hide that the original idea was precisely in harming smartphones, though only expensive models were meant.

"The originalbut the idea was to force to throw their gadgets of owners of expensive smartphones & mdash; those who usually buy to be promoted in a certain society ", & mdash; said 50-year-old application developer Peter Swarovski, who lives in Prague.

The programmer also told how his application works. To calculate the height, the length of time that the phone spends in the air is used. You can count it using an accelerometer, since from the moment of departure from hand and arrival back the phone is in a state of free fall, that is, & mdash; in weightlessness. Dividing the flight time by two and substituting it into the physical formula of free fall, it is easy to calculate the altitude of the flight of the device.