VerySoftware releases Drunk App for iPhone and iPod touch
London, United Kingdom – VerySoftware today is pleased to announce the international release of Drunk App 1.0 for Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch. Say, you’re in the pub with your mates. After a few pints, play a trick on them: secretly run Drunk App on your or your friend’s iPhone or iPod touch, and make them question how sober they really are as the screen goes crazy.
A cool blur effect is provided by default and an additional 2 effects can easily be unlocked:
* Waves (TV fuzz)
* B&W (black and white)
* Plus you will be able to tune their intensity as much as you like
VerySoftware provides a few hints on how to use the app:
* Touch the top of the screen for settings
* You can set your own image as a background: take a screenshot of your home screen by pressing the On/Off and Home buttons at the same time. The screenshot will be added to your Photos gallery, for you to pick from Drunk App’s settings screen
VerySoftware are working on more exciting features. Drunk App is a novelty app available for the iPhone and iPod touch on the App Store. Authors of the app provide its full support: any comments, issues, suggestions can be sent to VerySoftware. Team VerySoftware hopes you enjoy using Drunk App and is looking forward to your feedback.
* iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod touch (3rd gen), iPod touch (4th gen), and iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later
* 0.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Drunk App 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.
VerySoftware is a team of two enthusiastic people, Sergei Golubev and Roy Herrod, who love technology and look forward to making a positive change to the world of IT. We pride ourselves on creating “delicious” software whether it’s for desktop computer or mobile devices. We’ve got lots of ideas to solve people’s day-to-day challenges, which we are happy to share with you “one app at a time” Stay tuned! Copyright (C) 2010 VerySoftware. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.