Whoopie Cushion 2.0 Released with Push Notification Farts

October 16, 2009 in Entertainment (E)

[prMac.com] Clinton Twp, Michigan - The smash hit, WhoopieCushion, which had over 1 million users has just been surpassed by a brand new Whoopie Cushion 2.0. GrunewaldDev is following up it's hit with Whoopie 2, the same simple practical joke application but now utilizing core features of the iPhone 3.0 OS including both bluetooth and push notifications, allowing users to connect with friends for remote control of farts on other devices anywhere in the world.

The original WhoopieCushion was a huge success when it was initially released, even having over 90,000 downloads on Christmas day alone. While the WhoopieCushion was a very simple app, Whoopie 2.0 changes that by utilizing some of the advanced features of the iPhone OS and essentially revolutionizing the possibilities of practical jokes.

Any two users of Whoopie can connect via bluetooth or by sending an in-app e-mail to enable another user remote control for "push farting." Once an e-mail is sent, the user has an option to add the device to their application, allowing them to fart the device from anywhere in the world. Users do have the option to turn off push notifications or keep their phone on vibrate if their is a need to avoid random farts disturbing their important business meetings.

System Requirements:
iPhone or 2nd Generation iPod Touch with 3.0

Pricing and Availability:
Whoopie Cushion 2.0 is a separate app from the original WhoopieCushion and is available worldwide on the iTunes App Store in the Entertainment category. The app will be free for the first 48 hours and then for 99 cents.

Located in Clinton Township, Michigan, GrunewaldDev was founded in 2008 by RJ Grunewald. GrunewaldDev specializes in software development for the iPhone and iPod Touch platform, making applications both for their own company and freelance work. Copyright (C) 2009 GrunewaldDev. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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