Another iPhone app's been rejected by Apple -- this time, one that lets users replace a religious figure's face, including Jesus', with their own.
The app, "Me So Holy," is "objectionable," Apple decided, according to Business Insider.
The new app was a spin-off of another one, "The Animalizer," that allows users to crop their own photo and put it onto an animal.
Miffed, the developer, Benjamin Kahle, posted the rejection he received from Apple on his Web site:
"Applications must not contain any obscene, pornographic, offensive or defamatory content or materials of any kind (text, graphics, images, photographs, etc.), or other content or materials that in Apple's reasonable judgment may be found objectionable by iPhone or iPod touch users."
Kahle added that he, speaking in the third person, was disappointed that Apple was "being too sensitive to its perceived user group and are disappointed that this otherwise creative, freethinking company would reject such a positive and fun application."