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Like The Apprentice UK? Check Out Lord Sugar Soundboard for Android!
Have you wanted to relish in some simple immature fun? Extending the recurring theme that anything is possible when an XDA member puts his or her mind to the task, forum member Just Me has created just that with his Lord Sugar Soundboard.
In this application, created using the Google App Inventor tool, the developer has aggregated everyone’s favorite sounds from The Apprentice UK for use on everyone’s favorite little green robot. In the words of the developer:
I’ve recently posted a simple Lord Sugar Soundboard (from “The Apprentice” UK) on the android market, that I created using App Inventor.
Continue on to the application thread to fulfill your playful ways. Leave some feedback in the thread while you’re at it to make the soundboard even better!
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