Human Rights Campaign removed the tech giant from their index after a petition went viral.
Over 140,000 people have signed the petition for Google to remove the app from its Play store.
Available for Android users, the Living Hope Ministries app claims same-sex attraction is sinful.
Both the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and the Trevor Project have made efforts to contact the tech giant to remove the ‘harmful’ app.
Nearly every mainstream health group considers ‘gay cure’ therapy dangerous to a person’s mental and physical health.
What is the app?
The Texas-based group claim LGBTI ‘lifestyles’ are harmful and compare it to an ‘addiction,’ ‘sickness,’ and ‘sexual sin.’
They also claim LGBTI people can ‘walk out of false identities.’
In one advice page, the author said they are ‘confident’ their advice is ‘accurate.’
The advice included ‘getting plugged into church’ and to ‘let go of the lie that you’re different.’
Google removed from HRC’s Corporate Equality Index
Human Rights Campaign has now chosen to remove the tech giant from its Corporate Equality Index.
A spokesperson said: ‘We have been urging Google to remove this app because it is life-threatening to LGBTQ youth and also clearly violates the company’s own standards.’
Microsoft, Apple and Amazon have also all removed the Living Hope Ministries app for violating terms of service.
Wayne Besen, executive director of Truth Wins Out, started the petition.
Besen said: ‘Google has failed to return any of our emails, phone calls or tweets and seems to think they can just pray away the gays.
‘Google is allowing a homophobic app to ruin lives at the click of a button.’
A separate petition, calling on Apple to reinstate the app, has 47 signatures.