U.S.—A newly released Christian navigation app, drawing on Google’s location services, is now available for both Android and iOS. The app will only give you directions to your church and Chick-fil-A locations in your area.
The goal of the app, developer HipFaith explains, is to make sure Christians only go to approved safe spaces for believers throughout their day to prevent them from encountering unapproved worldviews.
“If you want to be holy, you’ve got to get HeavenlyWaze 1.0,” a rep for the developer said. “What if you end up eating at Five Guys, or God forbid, Burger King? HeavenlyWaze is the only way to make sure you go straight to church on Sunday and straight to Chick-fil-A every other day of the week.”
The developer admitted that not including the ability to navigate back home was a small oversight, but then figured it was actually a feature, not a bug: “We realized that Christians act a lot less holy at home than they do at God’s house and God’s chicken sandwich restaurant. So this app will make you a lot more righteous.”
Downloadable content for the app will unlock a few other approved locations, such as In-N-Out and your local LifeWay store, sources confirmed at publishing time.
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