Humiliate your friends with I'd Cap That Video
Humiliate your friends with I'd Cap That Video Transcript
What's up folks I'm -- Martin -- and welcome to tap that app to show where we feature the hottest apps on planet earth. You like to humiliate your friends. No idea. And one way -- -- that if -- I'd tap that for iPhone. An app that automatically generates funny sometimes -- crude captions to go right beneath your friends unsuspecting. To start you can add a caption to the new picture or choose when you've already take. Once you're done you can save the photo -- your library. Tweeted or shared through email. A couple things worth mentioning though. The app does not let you swipe through different -- there's no choosing involved -- kind of sucks. Also there's no option to write your own caption. Still if you like laughing at your friends' faces and you are too lazy to think of your own funny one liners I cap that is definitely a good option. I -- that is available for free from the iTunes store. But be warned you must -- at least seventeen to download it has been known to generate some see explicit captions it. That's it for this week if you have a particularly sexy app that needs tapping. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
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