Who is not fond of cute little stuff that appears on your text messages, it somewhat adds excitement on the conversation. It feels like your texts lack a little something, maybe twirly bits and spangles and animation. Something more that emoji then welcome to ubertxt.
Youngsters may find the world twisted, it may seem turned upside down for these 12 years olds.
We may not be aware of this but there are some good reasons for why this has been happening, maybe one reason is, adults are constantly proving that adulthood is incompetence basking in the rays of power.
So as a replacement for making mental progress, we disappear into our phones and express ourselves with words and smiley faces.
Now and again, while, plain texts aren’t enough, simple emoji seem not to provide us the excitement that they used to.
So there is a solution for that, presenting the ubertxt. We know you’ve been waiting for something like this for at least 15 days — something that makes your new iPhone 5C an even happier place to live.
Ubertxt present the skill to make your texts seem as warm and sincere as how you would really want the person you sent the message feel like they are close to your soul.
Its creator, Teresa Rucinski, told me that there’s nothing quite like it. Creators tend to believe that.
She said: “The closest competition would be color text messaging apps on App Store such as Color Text, Pimp My Text. However, they only offer standard/generic wallpaper animated backgrounds at best.”
Come to think about it, if you’re going to make your texts exciting, it’s personally shameful to use generic wallpaper, isn’t it? What does that say about you? That you’re sad and that you’re prepared to use an app with “pimp” in its name.
Try to imagine, with ubertxt your “OMG” SMS can seem like it came out of the palette of Picasso or, at least, from the needle of your local tattoo artist.
Rucinski told me: “ubertxt is the only app to offer animated/MOVING text, professionally designed animated templates/backgrounds, and custom photo & GIF functionality.”
Note the caps used for “MOVING.” And you can even insert your emoji into ubertxt.
Ubertxt is already racing up the App Store charts in the appropriate categories.
Rucinski went to Harvard and used to work for Google but you will be wondering whether is 17 years old and this is her high school art project.
Without a doubt, she has a belief in — and an understanding of — your inner child. You know the one that, with the help of technology, has become your outer child.