iPhone App that Blocks Drunk Texts Hits iTunes Top Sellers List

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The Textalyzer iPhone app uses response time games to prevent people from sending drunken text messages they might later regret. Within a week of being released in the iTunes Store, Textalyzer hit the 'iTunes New & Noteworthy List' along with reaching #101 for Top Paid Entertainment Apps.

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No More Drunk Texting with Textalyzer

Textalyzer hits the 'New & Noteworthy List' and reaches #101 for Top Paid Entertainment Apps within a week of being released to the iTunes App Store.

For the people out there who love Texting, and sometimes love doing it at entirely the wrong time, there is good news. The Textalyzer iPhone app uses response time measurement games to prevent people from sending drunken text messages they would probably later regret, as long as they do their texting from the app.

Samantha Deeter, the idea originator, partnered with Appiction, an application development company, to create the Textalyzer iphone app. The app itself is easy to navigate and will only set you back $0.99, a bargain when considering the humiliation the app has the ability spare someone.

Textalyzer allows users to create a list of people they shouldn't text when their judgment is impaired (exes, co-workers, discriminating family members and friends), and then runs the app user through a series of virtual sobriety tests before allowing a text to be sent to them.

If the user fails the games, they are asked 12 hours later if they still want the message to be sent. The user can even create customized messages that will remind them of all the reasons why they might not want to text a specific contact.

"This is to prevent people from doing the ultimate no-no," Deeter said. "I was briefly single and would run around from time to time with girlfriends after work and on weekends and would always tell people, 'I wish there was a Breathalyzer for phones.' That's when I got the idea."

This cool, fun, and clever app has seen great immediate success. Within a week of being released in the iTunes Store, Textalyzer hit the 'iTunes New & Noteworthy List' along with reaching #101 on the list of Top Paid Entertainment Apps.

Deeter said an Android version of the app will likely be developed soon if the iPhone version, which was released earlier this month, continues to see the success it has shown to date.

About Appiction
Located in Austin, Texas, Appiction LLC boasts a mature and experienced creative and technology staff of over 80 employees and remains the premier Full-Service Mobile Applications Development Company in the USA. Their highly creative and enthusiastic team of professional iPhone app developers and designers has over 50 years of combined experience in building games, social media apps, business

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