Today is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, which commemorates the day that God forgave the Jewish people for the sin of the Golden Calf. And besides fasting and abstinence and using the JewBerry, this year there's a hot new way to atone, via iPhone! The mobile-app "Send a Prayer" costs 99 cents and lets users type personal prayers into their phones, which are printed out by a rabbi in Jerusalem and placed in the Western Wall. 10,000 prayers have been sent so far, with 10 percent from the NYC area. Chabad's Meir Simcha Kogan tells the Post the app is definitely kosher: "Everything in this world was created for a divine purpose." Wait, even AT&T?