Huffington Post- Get ready to really mean what you text: A new messaging app released on Thursday displays every letter you type -- and every letter you delete -- to your message recipient in real-time, which means there's no hiding your mistakes or prematurely expressed opinions.
You know how people say they have a million dollar idea? If we are talking in potentials I feel confident saying this is a 5 cent idea. Keep in mind, I have been wrong before. Who could this app possibly benefit? The only people that have use for this app are the psychotic females that literally burn their retinas staring at the bubbly conversation dots until they morph into words. Is it fair to say the average person just waits until their phone vibrates or rings? I don't want to assume too much here. Society surprises me on a bi-daily basis.
Doesn't this just take away the beauty of the text message? The text message, as well as dating/hook up apps, are the reason gender relations have changed so much. You no longer have to think on the fly. A little text game here, a little text game there, and you can convince a girl you are actually witty. Answer on your own time. Don't have to worry about an ill conceived thought until you press send. This app is going to blow up so many spots when a girl's phone is just sitting there with a half sentence waiting to be finished. Newsflash; The type of girls that need to see everything you intentionally or accidentally type aren't the type that are concerned with your grammar.
Now, lets think about this rationally. What is the newest commercial phenomenon? I'll give you a hint, it has good intentions, but it is never used. Still don't get it? #X. Yeah, hypothetically it would be awesome if everyone texted that before they drove a car. Fact is, they don't. I text and drive. You text and drive. Everyone fucking texts and drives. Now imagine that you couldn't just wait until an alert popped up and then decided to respond. Imagine you were so obsessed with what a person MIGHT say to you that you had to stare at the phone, while you were driving, until you got a response. That's safe. That definitely won't inflate the fatality numbers amongst vehicular texters. But yeah, I guess interrupting an ongoing text to eliminate confusion is more important than saving a few lives of textually obsessed teens.
Turns out this app isn't even on iPhones. Which really begs the question, if an app isn't on an iPhone is it even an app at all?
P.S. If the floating dots give you "emotional and existential frustrations" then maybe you deserve to have your car wrapped a round a tree. Grow up.