January 5, 2009 in Entertainment (E)
[prMac.com] Fairfield, New Jersey - Portable Arts has released version 1.0 of Grossinator, an iPhone/iPod Touch Human Sound Machine. Various unique features allow users to catch their victims off guard with over eighty sounds to choose from.
With all the rage about portable flatulence apps released on the iPhone, and the top iPhone app being one of these apps for two week running, Grossinator fills in the gaps where the others left off. Grossinator gives users their choice of over 80 human body sounds. Sounds are organized into three different sound categories, sounds from the mouth, sounds from the rump, and sounds from the nose. In each category, users can choose from different sounds grouped by type and play that sound.
The various types of sounds found in the Mouth category are breathing, burping, coughing, hiccups, laughing, screaming, slurping, vomiting, and yawning. Nose sounds include sneezes and snores. And of course, everyone knows what comes from the Rump category. Users can also set a delay for any sound so that they can manage a sneak attack on an unsuspecting victim. A sound can also be used to play hooky, imagine setting up a sound like snoring on a loop and timer, then putting it under your pillow.
Another unique feature of Grossinator, is that users can queue up their list of sounds to play one after the other. Imagine creating a list of sounds with delays and putting the iPhone in a locker, bag, or desk, so when some passes, it automatically begins to play the sounds in order. That will scare lots of friends when they walk by and suddenly hear a blood-wrenching scream come out of your desk or locker.
* Over 80 high quality sounds
* Sneak Attack Delay Feature for Sounds
* Looping Feature for Sounds
* High Quality Recordings
* Easy to Use, Organized Interface
* iPhone/iPod Touch
* iPhone OS 2.1 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Grossinator is only $.99 (USD) and available exclusively through Apple's App Store. Members of the press wishing to review Grossinator may contact Portable Arts for a complimentary license of the application.
Located in New Jersey, Portable Arts was founded to develop portable applications for the mobile market. In addition to forming Portable Arts, the partners run a successful software development business. Copyright 2009 Portable Arts. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.