Robo-Doctor Offers Horrible Medical Advice Through Your iPhone

Robo-Doctor: Worthless Medical Advice and Utter Nonsense (AppStore Link)
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Robo-Doctor: Worthless Medical Advice and Utter Nonsense
Developer: Jeffrey Starr
Price: free Download on the App Store
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Is unconventional medicine still too conventional for your taste? Do you have complete disregard for your own well-being? Then Robo-Doctor is for you. Purple Falcon today is proud to announce the release of a new app for iPhone and iPad with this premise: a robot has been programmed to be a doctor, but due to bugs in his software, he mixes everything up and outputs horrible medical advice! His terrible insights are sure to entertain, annoy and irritate even the most serious-minded individuals.

Robo-Doctor randomizes and matches endless phrases to hilarious effect. The resulting nonsense recalls the inspired idiocy of Monty Python and the early writings of Woody Allen. A typical example- "To strengthen your toenails, wear a belt comprised of apricots."

Features:
* Tap on the "Another!" button to generate a new chunk of worthless medical advice
* Tap the share button to send it to your friends via text, email, Twitter, and Facebook

Standing apart from the vast sea of sameness in mobile apps, Purple Falcon's "Robo" series of applications offer a welcome and refreshing change. Aside from Doctor, the software company also offers Robo-Philosopher and Robo-Poet.

Robo-Doctor 1.2 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.

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