The Vatican approved an iPhone app for the first time

The Vatican approved an iPhone app for the first time
There isn’t any joke or irony in the title. The Vatican approved an application for the popular iPhone for the first time, but this of course, does not mean that every application that goes to AppStore passes through the hands of God’s servants. iBreviary offers the Catholics a practical alternative of their prayer-books. Besides, its content is available in several languages (English, Latin, Spanish, French and Italian), which makes the software accessible to many people. As a whole we find it a really practical and modern solution. It, of course, has its price, so you’ll be able to purchase it for the modest $0.99.

via: IntoMobile


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