December 7, 2009 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Manville, New Jersey - Undecided on career goals? Unsure how to make an impression? Looking for some advice on snacking? Anyone could use some advice now and then, and a new iPhone Application delivers over 700 pieces of advice on the go. Sinecure Industries promises help for everyone in their new app "Halp! The Advice Generator" released recently on the iPhone App Store. The app picks a random piece of advice and presents it to the user. It then gives them the opportunity to reload new advice each time they shake the phone.
"We know a lot of people who are incredibly indecisive - not even about big decisions, but even what to have for lunch. This app is for them. We put in so many pieces of advice there are at least 10 that apply to anyone at any given time," Sean Flanagan, the application co-creator said in a statement.
Upon loading the app we were met with, "Joining a book club is an excellent place to meet people who disagree with you" and after shaking we then got the advice, "Tree bark is an excellent source of dietary fiber." So if we followed this advice we'd meet some new and interesting people and change our diet drastically. With 798 other pieces of advice available, there exists the distinct possibility for some major life changes.
The makers claim that the advice can work for anyone and everyone if they give it a chance. They also claim no responsibility for the outcome of following their app's advice.
Pricing and Availability:
The App is priced at $0.99 USD, available on the Apple iTunes App Store and is Sinecure Industries' second app. More information is available at their website.
Sinecure Industries produces iPhone and iPod Touch games and applications. The company also develops games for multiple platforms and social networks. Copyright (C) 2009 Sinecure Industries. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.