Apple Corp. has approved an anti-gay app for download from its iTunes store, the Huffington Post reported.

The Manhattan Declaration app is a mobile version of the manifesto unveiled last year in New York City by gay marriage foes.

James Dobson, founder of the anti-gay Christian-based Focus on the Family, and Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council (FRC) and a leading opponent of gay rights, were among the 152 religious leaders who signed onto the document at its unveiling last year.

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) announced this week that Perkins' FRC has been added to its list of known hate groups operating in the United States. A claim the FRC, which hosts the annual Value Voters Summit, has denied.

Dobson recently stepped down from the helm of Focus on the Family to begin a new ministry with his son.

The free app includes the 4,700 word document, which users are asked to electronically sign, and a four-question survey. One question asks, “Do you support same-sex relationships?” Users who answer “yes” are told that they have replied incorrectly.