Entertain Your (Young) Kids With Woo for Android
Do you have kids? If so, you probably are aware of the constant strugle that is trying to keep them entertained. Luckily for you, XDA forum member praetorian droid has created an app intended to help you out right where you need it most, if only for a few minutes. The aptly-titled Woo will produce various onomatopoeic sounds when the device is tilted in various directions.
In the words of the developer:
Experimenting over the weekend I’ve wrote this very simple app. It makes funny “woo” sounds when you tilt your device in different directions. I laughed for five minutes, when I first heard these sounds. Hope your kids will love it.
Feeling like passing a little bit of Android-based excitement to your little ones? If so, be sure to continue on to the application thread. If all goes as planned, this may give you enough free time to be able to enjoy one sip of your Diet Coke in peace!
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