Pulverizer App Puts New Spin on Pumpkin Smashing

Austin, Texas – Pulverizer, a new iPhone app that launched today, has taken the art of pumpkin smashing to a new level. Just in time for Halloween, this friendly photo-altering app lets its users take photos of Jack-o-lanterns (or anything else) and blast the photo to pieces with machine gun bullets, a chainsaw or various other weapons. Pulverizer owners James Carballo and John Sharkey believe that the app is a perfect way to smash pumpkins during this Halloween season without making a mess.

“This app is one of the best apps for Halloween,” said Carballo, “You can take a picture of someone’s Jack-o-lantern, pulverize it with multiple weapons, and share it with all of your friends. You can also take a picture of your friends in costumes and shred those to pieces too for perfect Zombie-esque Halloween gore.”

Pulverizer lets users take a picture with their iPhone or upload an image from their iPhone photo library and use it in the app. The app is free to download, with the machine gun weapon being free, the rest of the weapons must be paid for to unlock. After the user is done pulverizing the image, they can save it to their iPhone. Carballo also believes that Pulverizer has many entertaining uses outside of Halloween, such as taking pictures of your coworkers at the office, fellow students, friends, family and pulverizing them all in good fun.

“This is the most light-hearted, sharable photo-altering app available,” said Carballo, “It’s a fun app for Halloween or any other occasion that you can think of.”

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later
* 21.5 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Pulverizer 001 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.

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Founded in 2011 by James Carballo and John Sharkey, Pulverizer is an iPhone app that lets users digitally “pulverize” a photo with a selection of weapons, including a machine gun, chainsaw and more. Users can upload a photo from their iPhone library, or take one directly with their iPhone camera. After they are done pulverizing the photo, they can save it to their iPhone and share it on Facebook, send it to another cell phone, or email the photo. Pulverizer was created by Blue Whale Apps, and is free to download. Copyright (C) 2011 Blue Whale Apps. 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.

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