FREE EDITION: Contains only one cat w/ 8 sounds. Try it for the princely sum of Zero Dollars! Introducing Cat-O-Matic, the perfect way to have some loopy fun with your pets! Your iPhone can do a lot of things. It can give you access to all the information on the entire world wide web. It can show you how to get to the nearest coffee shop. It can figure out what songs you like. It can even teach you math. But can it convince your pets (or perhaps your friends and relatives) that there are invisible cats roaming your house with the click of a button? Well, NOW IT CAN! Just fire up Cat-O-Matic, push the Randomize button, and hide your iPhone or iPod Touch somewhere. Every 5-20 seconds, it will play a perfectly reproduced sound of a cat meowing, purring, hissing or making another weird sound cats make. Or if you d rather control the action yourself, you can play any of the many unique sounds manually, using a friendly (and amusing) interface. Cat-O-Matic works great on energetic cats and dogs. Don t know whether it works great on guinea pigs, iguanas, sloths, elephants or fish. Probably not fish. If you have more than one pet, our tests - which were conducted with the use of SCIENCE! - have shown that they often seem to blame one another for the unexplained noises. This is hilarious, and not to be missed. Also effective on many humans! Cat-O-Matic is NOT intended to aid in the willful disruption of classrooms. It s possibly intended to aid in the disruption of dinner... But we didn t tell you that. However you want to use it, Cat-O-Matic will be the best almost-a-buck you ve ever spent in the App Store. It s less expensive than a large automobile, and more useful than a frozen burrito. You can t go wrong! Cat-O-Matic: Hilarity Ensues. -- NOTE: No animals were harmed, distressed, or mistreated in any way during the recording of the sound clips - we re all cat lovers here! I suppose Magnolia - who you can see/hear in the full version - might have been a little annoyed, since she just hissed at the microphone a bunch of times. But all kitties involved were treated lovingly and received plenty of treats.
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