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TV Yapp Is Now Available on the App Store

Aug 07, 2017 - Hirshmania! LLC today releases TV Yapp 1.0.10, an update to their popular social networking/chat app for iOS. TV Yapp allows you to watch shows at your own pace and never miss out on the conversation. It's for people who love talking about TV but hate spoilers. You can invite your friends to discuss an episode of TV and only those who have seen the episode will receive notifications. Once your friends are caught up they can then enter the chat room and not miss out on what was already said.


TV Yapp Is Now Available on the App Store

Jul 31, 2017 - Hirshmania! LLC today announces TV Yapp 1.0.9, their new social networking/chat app developed exclusively for iOS devices. TV Yapp was developed specifically for people who love talking about TV but hate spoilers. Users can invite their friends to discuss an episode of a TV show and only those who have seen the episode will receive notifications and messages. Once users have seen the episode they can then enter the chat room and not miss out on what was already said.


TV Yapp coming soon to iOS - Talk about TV

May 23, 2017 - Hirshmania! LLC today is proud to announce the up-and-coming release of TV Yapp, their new social network/chat app developed exclusively for iOS. TV Yapp was developed specifically for people who love talking about TV but hate spoilers. You can easily track the shows you and your friends are watching and the episodes seen. Users will also be able to create chat groups by inviting friends who have seen the episode they wish to discuss.


Pothole! - Game now available for free on the App Store

Jul 08, 2015 - Hirshmania! LLC today introduces Pothole! 1.0, their new arcade style game for iOS devices. In Pothole!, the objective is to navigate a car through a street littered with potholes and avoid as many as possible. This game offers an intuitive control scheme that allows the gamer's thumb or finger to essentially become the on-screen vehicle. Steering left and right is accomplished by placing a thumb or finger on the screen and dragging it in the desired direction. How many potholes can you avoid?