Young people are now able to take a vow of abstinence on their iPhones and iPod touches with the launch of PurityRing app on Apple’s iTunes App Store.
“The rings are widely worn by Christian students in the United States as public commitments against premarital sex, but this is believed to be the first digital version,” Matthew Moore reports for The Telegraph.
“Users of the Apple iPhone and iPod touch who buy the application take a ‘purity pledge’ on their device, after which a spinning silver ring is displayed on the screen,” Moore reports. “The makers hope that it will attract tech-savvy young people to the benefits of refraining from sex until marriage, although it is intended to complement rather than replace existing purity ceremonies at churches.”
“The application, which was released on Tuesday, is available for $0.99 from the official App Store. It features settings for both genders,” Moore reports.
Full article here.
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Sarasota” for the heads up.]