“Game of Thrones” season 6 finale is around the corner. One app seems to be planning on cashing in on “Winds of Winter” this late on the game though. This new app allows you to send spoilers to your friends, or enemies, anonymously. Wicked!
Eager to share the latest episode of the hit medieval fantasy drama, but afraid to lose friends? The app allows you to send text messages while hiding your phone number, therefore, protecting your identity.
Spoiled is the evilest app currently out today. It’s advertising itself by telling potential users to spoil the living daylights out of their friends.
So if you have friends who have the habit of watching “Game of Thrones” after it airs, this app is for you. Ruin the latest episode by sending them text messages about what will happen.
According to the app’s website, For just $0.99 USD, Spoiled will anonymously and ruthlessly text spoilers to your unsuspecting friends after each new episode airs. Afterward, sit back, relax, and follow Spoiled on Twitter to see how your friends react.
Whether this will help the app sell or not is still unclear. With only one more episode to go, it might be a good idea for the developers to include other popular TV shows.
If you ever find yourself a victim of such evil and dastardly text, relax and think which of your friends could be the culprit. Hopefully, you can confront the jerk of ruining your “Game of Thrones” season 6 episode 10 experience without ruining your friendship.
If you make a career out of pranking friends or family $0.99 is not much. With one more episode to go, it would be a good way to wastefully spend some loose change.
Watch “Game of Thrones” Season 6 finale “Winds of Winter” this Sunday on HBO. Catch it with the rest of the world to avoid falling victim to this evil app.