Los Angeles, CA, December 09, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- A new app to turn your iPhone into a smarta$$ is slated for approval and will soon be released by Apple’s Appstore. The entertaining app is designed to give consumers a fun way to use their iPhone to tell friends and family what they’re thinking, all at the flick of the wrist. Whatever!, the first in a series of attitude apps being released by Tell it 2 ‘Em, provides a fun and funny way for anyone to respond to stupid questions with funny voices, exceptional sound effects, and beautiful images optimized for the Retina display. When you’re not feeling funny, witty, or cheeky, let your iPhone do the talking.
The app will be available in two different streams; an ad-supported lite version with five fantastic voices for users to test and enjoy, and an ad-free pro version with 25 voices delivering hilarious renditions of the slang phrase, “Whatever!” Users can tap a button or use the iPhone’s accelerometer to have the app randomly select a genre and character to play a funny voice clip. Pro users can purchase an additional 25pack of voices in-app, so extra insults are just a quick download away.
When a sarcastic response is required, the user need only shake the phone as they’re aiming it at the person asking the question, and let the iPhone say what needs to be said. Voices include a selection of male, female, and character voices, all saying “Whatever” in one form or another. With an easy to understand interface, users can lock in their favorite voice or saying as needed, and each voice can even be emailed to your friend. Twitter and Facebook updates will be released in future iterations.
Exceptional graphics, hilarious voices, and an easy to understand user experience, Tell it 2 ‘Em’s Whatever! is sure to be a big hit with teens and young adults, and those still young at heart.
Watch for additional attitude apps from Tell it 2 ‘Em, with even more sarcasm, hilarity, attitude and slang that’s been skewed for more funny.
For more information about Tell it 2 ‘em – Whatever! or to learn more about the Tell it 2 ‘Em team, please contact Michelle Justice email@example.com