App that claimed to help refugees at sea removed from App Store over reports it's fake
An app that claimed to help rescue refugees has been removed from Apple’e App Store following reports that it doesn’t actually work the way its creators claimed.
The app, called I Sea, said it was bringing a “crowdsourced” approach to rescuing refugees in the Mediterranean Sea. But experts who have looked at the app more closely say that its claims are misleading.
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Created by ad agency Grey Digital, the app was covered widely by many media outlets (including Mashable) last week. The app, developed in partnership with the Malta-based NGO Migrant Offshore