|iFunny application keeps users laughing|
|Written by Ariana M. Taylor, Daily Vidette Reporter|
|Wednesday, 25 April 2012 12:52|
As finals week rapidly approaches, students may accumulate more obligations and find their heads buried in tedious textbooks. Though it is imperative for students to study, it is just as essential for them to find leisure during these last demanding weeks. The latest entertaining app iFunny offers hilarity in times of anxiety.
Surprisingly, iFunny is not solely accessible to iPhone and iPad users, as the app can be downloaded on an Android as well. The app contains hilarious photos, which can range from illustrations of epic fails to funny auto corrects to rage comics. No topics are off limits, for this new, creative app provides pictures that are altered to mock sex, celebrities, and much more.
I advise users to engage with this app in a private setting for it can result in accidentally laughing out loud. iFunny is exploited by many creative users and several of the posts consists of a normal picture with a hysterical caption, also known as memes.
iFunny users are also given the opportunity to add humorous photos and jokes to the site without the assistance of the creator. The app encourages consumers to repost any photo that they find amusing in order to allow other viewers to see them as well.
People who utilize the app’s entertainment frequently typically avoid seeing reoccurring posts, for the reason that new pictures are added every day. One interesting feature is that the app allows its operators to rate photos as well as add comments; however, a number of users tend to start disputes over discriminatory or exaggerated posts.
Several posts may be distasteful to some and comical to others; the key is to remember that these posts are exclusively for amusement.
Furthermore, there are negative aspects of this witty application. Seeing that anyone may post pictures, users have started to upload photos of themselves in order to get other users to rate them and comment on their pictures.
Since anyone can post photos with upwards of thousands submitted each day, several of them may not be as funny as one would hope.
This fascinating app takes seconds to download, and most importantly it is free of charge; therefore, if the user is unsatisfied with the app they are able to quickly uninstall the download without any monetary loss.
Smartphone apps allow people to evade constant worries and attain enjoyment. Although this app has its flaws, it is surely capable of providing one post that can brighten someone’s day.