Double Rainbow Soundboard for Android
Those of you who are familiar with the hilarities and oddities of YouTube will surely be familiar with the infamous Double Rainbow video – in which the spectator to this mildly interesting event massively overreacts to our amusement.
Having gained over ten million views on YouTube, it seems only right that someone should make a soundboard application of the video so that we can enjoy the ridiculously over-the-top appreciation of nature wherever we are. Recently, XDA member manifest3r has done just that.
So, if you have an Android phone, what are you waiting for? Head to the original thread to annoy friends and family with awkwardly timed outbursts of ‘double rainbow all the way’ now!
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