If you want to know how many people are dying at the hands of U.S. drone strikes, the Drones+ app is for you.
It sends a text alert to your iPhone whenever the media reports casualties from a drone strike. It also compiles media reports about the strike, and shows you a Google map with locations of other strikes in the area marked by red pushpins.
If that sounds interesting to you, we've got bad news. You can't have it.
Apple has rejected the app from its App Store three times this summer.
"We found that your app contains content that many audiences would find objectionable, which is not in compliance with the App Store guidelines," the company wrote in an email to Josh Begley, a graduate student at New York University who created the app.
In an interview with The Times, Begley said he understands where Apple is coming from.
"I totally understand it from Apple's perspective," he said. "They don't want to have anything that could be considered controversial by anyone. I get that, and I understand that."