June 16, 2010

Vic Mahfood

Vuvuzela 2010

COST: Free
CATEGORIES: Entertainment, Games, Music, Native, Sports
..UPDATED: 5/12/10, VERSION: 2.1 -- RATING: 2-1/2 Stars..

Developer Snapshot: "Finally available, the Vuvuzela! The hype for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa."

Today's post is being written in the spirit and admiration of the FIFA World Cup 2010. As I have been thoroughly enjoying these matches, I want you to know about the infamous South African vuvuzelas which are used to pump up the enthusiasm of players and audience alike. I am sure they are quite aggravating when listening to them for a couple hours while physically at the game. However, on TV, if you turn your volume low, it's not so bad. Furthermore, I have discovered several vuvuzela apps which add to my viewing pleasure. A good friend pointed out Vuvuzela 2010 to me today, and as simple as it is, I have been blowing up a storm during the Spain/Switzerland match today. Some of the unmistakable features of Vuvuzela 2010 are as follows:

- Choice of several countries
- Realistic and identifiable sound
- Press often for more noise
- Great Vuvuzela design

Honestly, what else can you use this annoying but classic South African horn for? Well, scaring off raccoons, annoying neighbors, or waking up the kids in the morning perhaps? Nonetheless, you will have a great deal of fun picking your team's color jersey and placing it on the horn, then blowing away to your heart's content. Enjoy Vuvezela 2010 during the game today!

--OS and Age Rating:  This app requires OS or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip/Tutorials: Turn up your volume HIGH for the full effect!
--Device: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
--Languages: English
--Developer Link: moblio.nl
--Twitter Link: N/A
--Facebook Link: N/A

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