For eons, people have reached out to the Almighty with prayers and supplications. Soon they might be able to use their iPhones.
Fair Oaks teenager Allen Wright thought up an application for the Apple iPhone called "A Note to God."
It lets iPhone users send prayers into cyberspace and allows them to read the prayers of others. The messages are stored in a database, and users remain anonymous.
Wright, 17, submitted his proposal to Medl Mobile, a Los Angeles startup that is developing apps for Apple to sell on its Web site. It selected "A Note to God" from 20,000 proposals.
"It's so simple, it's brilliant," said Andrew Maltin, one of the co-founders of Medl Mobile. "We think it's going to be extremely successful."
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