Have a Laugh or Two with the FailBlog App for Android
The internet is a very interesting place. People laugh about virtually everything, and others misery is not the exception. Unless you have been living under a rock for the last couple of years, you will know about a little concept… FAIL. Basically, pictures or videos of people miserably failing to accomplish things or doing things just flat out wrong. There is a very popular website called Failblog.org, which acts as a repository for these images and videos. Now, thanks to XDA member weakwire, you can browse its database directly from your Android phone without having to open a browser.
The app has just been updated to fix a few minor bugs. If you download the app, please make sure that you leave some feedback for the dev.
Failblog application for android allows you to browse daily updated FAIL photos,pictures on your phone and share them.
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