Portable Arts Grossinator holds I'm An iPhone Grossinator Contest

January 12, 2009 in Announcements (E)

[prMac.com] Fairfield, New Jersey - Portable Arts is hosting its first ever Best Audio Prank Contest called I'm An iPhone Grossinator. The contest will showcase videos posted to YouTube of Grossinator users pranking their friends. The I'm An iPhone Grossinator Contest will run through Jan 31, 2009, and all submissions will be posted on the Portable Arts YouTube channel. Users who purchased Grossinator are invited to use any of the built in features, including the delay functionality, sound looping, or the sound queue, to trick friends and catch the results on video.

All video submissions will be posted to the Portable Arts YouTube channel as they become available and users of YouTube will rate the best video. The winner of the contest will win a brand new portable video camera from Flip Video, and have their video featured as part of Grossinator's online marketing campaign.

Grossinator gives users their choice of over 80 human body sounds, organized into three different sound categories from the mouth, rump, and nose. Released less than a week ago, Grossinator has already become one of the more popular sound effects applications in Apple's App Store.

* 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. YouTube, the YouTube logo, are registered trademarks of YouTube in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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