Express Your Emotions With Rage-O-Meter
We all feel anger every now and then (some more than others), and having a way to express your rage in a fun app is the aim of Rage-O-Meter by XDA forum member beefalo.
It’s quick and simple – drag the pulsating orb of rage into position, press and hold the broadcast button, and send your rage into the world. The app integrates with Facebook and Twitter to send messages to your social networks, allowing faster rage relief via mass empathy.
The dev states that the app was inspired by medical residents in Philadelphia, who kept a Rage-O-Meter on a dry erase board in the common room. When things in the ER or VA had driven the residents crazy, they would come and vent on the Rage-O-Meter without having to scream at their patients!
Rage-O-Meter is available for free in the Marketplace, for more information, check out the application thread.
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