Mobile app encourages you to throw phone into the air

Jordan O'Brien
August 7, 2013

There are lots of games out there available for your Android and iOS devices, but this is perhaps the most dangerous one.

Send Me to Heaven, or S.M.T.H for short, is an Android app that encourages you to throw your phone as high up into the air as you can, with users being pitted against each other to see who can throw it the highest.

Whilst it seems like a fun game you do have to be cautious. There is a disclaimer when you launch the app which tells you that CarrotPop, the developer of S.M.T.H, will not be liable for any damages or injuries.

It is exactly that reason that Apple has decided to step in and ensure iOS users don’t go throwing their phones in the air thanks to an app, by banning it from the App Store.

If you’re still unconvinced about the dangers, then by all means download it from Google Play now.


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