Randomness and Laughs Thanks to Pandora MMS
In a world where there are plans with unlimited MMS capabilities, one has to try and make the best out of it. If you have a device capable of sending MMS (as I am sure most of you do) and you are simply bored out of your senses, you can now put a smile or two on someone’s face thanks to Pandora MMS. One thing worth mentioning is that this has to do more with a Pandora box than with the well known Pandora music app. The basic premise for this tool, which was created by XDA Forum Member Devil App is to send random stuff via MMS to your friends and family. Just imagine the beauty of bringing lolcats and memes to people’s phones without you having to dig through Reddit or 4chan.
The app pics images completely at random and sends them over to whoever you want to. With this, you are guaranteed to be the target of comments ranging from “thanks, I needed a laugh” and all the way through “why are you spamming my inbox? I am blocking you from my contacts.” One thing to mention is that the pics sent over may not be suitable for minors due to coarse language or explicit images, so please use it at your own discretion… and have fun!
Feedback is always welcome as usual and please let the dev know if you have any suggestions.
Warning ! Pandora MMS pictures is not for babies.
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