Citing its “objectionable and crude” nature, Apple has for the third time in a month rejected a mobile application where users get notified whenever a U.S. drone conducts a strike overseas, Wired reports.
However, this is also the third different reason Apple has given Drone+ developers for not providing the app in the App Store, Christina Bonnington and Spencer Ackerman report.
The first time Apple denied the app, the company claimed the app was not useful.
The second time, the company cited an issue with hiding a corporate logo as to why it would not offer the app to iPhone users.
Drones+ uses a database from the U.K.’s Bureau of Investigative Journalism, which catalogs media reports of drone strikes.