Imagine a game that measured how high you threw your phone into the air. It would be a great way to break away from the routine of tapping and swiping furiously at your screen. Luckily “Send Me to Heaven” exists, but daring Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users will miss out on all the fun since Apple rejected the iOS game from the App Store.
“Send Me to Heaven” is a smartphone game that instructs players to throw their phone as high as possible into the air, recording its highest altitude. It lets its users compete against people on global leaderboards. While the app was rejected by Apple, it’s is still currently available on the Google Play store for Android OS users.
"Send Me To Heaven's" description on the Google play store contains these tips and warnings:
“Hints: Be careful not to injure yourself or others. Be always aware that there is enough space above you and around you. Do some training to learn right skills to get best results. Switch on GPS on your phone and allow the App to use location to be able to take part in local competitions.”
“Warning: Author and distributor of S.M.T.H. is not liable for any damages or injuries arising out of playing the S.M.T.H. game.”
At least they're clear about that. Watch "Send Me To heaven" in action in the video above.
Disclaimer: International Business Times does not endorse or condone throwing your phone in the air and is not liable for any damages incurred from playing this game.