Is a friend taking a passionate conversation a little too far? Remind them of the fact, that they have to pay the swear jar, by hitting the â€œBleep Buttonâ€ application to break up the inexplicable cussing.
For the movie buff who loves censorship, and if my sarcasm is lost on you here then I will point out that this is tongue in cheek, the â€œBleep Buttonâ€ App reaffirms power to the uptight conservative individual.
The only downside to this free App from the App Store is that the $.99 premium version gets twenty other sounds to Bleep Out things. Add humor to expletive when pressing the Alarm, Applause, Burp, Buzzer, Kiss, Ka-Ching, Truck Horn, Scream, Fart and Gong sounds to name a few in the App.
The free â€œBleep Buttonâ€ application does include the top 200 movies where the F-word was used the most in the history of cinema! This list is massive and loaded with fun information, like for instance the number four flick, â€œCasino,â€ which used the F-word 470 times! The App also gives the F-words per minute, which is 2.37 in this case, and the film length to give perspective at 178 minutes. Genius!
Quentin Tarantino is aptly included twice in the top twenty-five movies using the F-word! â€œReservoir Dogsâ€ had an average of 2.71 F-words per minute, at rank twenty-four, and â€œPulp Fictionâ€ was not too shabby either, at rank twenty-five, with 1.72 F-words per minute! Watch the classic films and hold up the iPhone to â€œBleep Buttonâ€ the appropriate parts and piss someone off!
IMPULSIVE Review Grade: B+