Road Rage App Lets You Express Your Driving Frustrations Through WP7
Have you ever been cut-off by some inconsiderate driver? How about getting stuck behind someone who happens to think that it’s OK to drive 45 MPH on the freeway? Well, luckily for you, XDA member enahs_ has come up with a way for us all to vent our frustrations to these insensitive drivers in a relatively innocuous fashion. Enter Road Rage, an app that displays text that you can pleasantly present to said rude drivers. There is even a mode that presents mirrored text, perfect for viewing through someone’s rear-view mirror.
Currently the app supports the following words:
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