Here's the story from AFP:
White House hopeful Mitt Romney has meticulously spelled out his vision for a better America while on the campaign trail this year. But in his new mobile app? Not so much.
The "With Mitt" application for the iPhone allows users to express support for the recently anointed Republican flagbearer by personalizing a photo with an overlaid Romney slogan. Trouble is, one of the slogans had a howler of a spelling mistake: "A Better Amercia."
Members of the proofreading public recently made the discovery and it went viral on Twitter late Tuesday, with people mockingly tweeting photos showing the "Amercia" message.
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This may be the worst typo in the history of visual design. "Romney iPhone app misspells 'America'"
~ Tina Roth Eisenberg on Twitter
RT @MittRomney I apologize for "Amercia" misspelling. The staff member who did it was foreign and has now self-deported.
~ Andy Borowitz on Twitter
Some poor app designer is getting strapped in a cage on the top of a car and driven across country tonight. #amercia
~ Andrew Cove on Twitter
Sarah Palin loves Mitt Romney's new app and doesn't understand why everyone's laughing. #Amercia
~ Top Conservative Cat on Twitter
Look on the bright side, Mitt Romney. Sure, your iPhone app spelled "America" wrong, but now you get to fire people!!!
~ Henry Birdseye on Twitter
Could the "America" typo on Romney's phone app actually win him support from the huge bloc of spelling-challenged Americans?
~ Howard Kurtz on Twitter
Mitt Romney's new campaign phone app misspells "America" as "Amercias" Maybe that is how Trump told him to spell it?!
~ Dean Obeidallah on Twitter
Mitt Romney iPhone app misspells ‘America’...Romney then announces to cross every "i" and dot every "t" from now on.
~ Steven Santos on Twitter
Thanks App Store, but I'm never updating my "With Mitt" app.
~ Liam Mulshine on Twitter
Pictures Below From "Amercia is With Mitt" Tumblr