iVibrateMe Turns Your Phone into a Personal Massager

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Price: $0.99
iVibrateMe
iPhone App News by TheiPhoneAppReview.com

Marker Company, Inc. released iVibrateMe for iOS in early 2009, and the app has been popular with iPhone users ever since.

Whether you want to use iVibrateMe to relax that sore muscle in your neck, or you want to get a bit “adventurous”, the app is fully capable of doing both.

iVibrateMe features one touch operation

iVibrateMe features one touch operation

iVibrateMe is great for tense neck, shoulder, scalp, head, thigh and lower back muscles. According to the app’s iTunes page, “iVibrateMe is both stimulating and relaxing!”

Citing that the iPhone is already a lightweight and fairly compact device, iVibrateMe states that the device is ergonomically designed to allow users to stimulate any area of the body with ease.

Mark Perlman, CEO of Marker Company, explains, “I designed the app for both men and women. From sore shoulders to cramped calves or as a pleasant diversion, this vibrating download is a downright winner. You have to love iPhone’s multi-touch interface–perfect for anywhere, anytime phone add-ons.”

Users can set a timer for iVibrateMe to follow, from one minute to six minutes and even continuous (just don’t forget that it’s on).

Keep in mind that extended use of iVibrateMe will result in very rapid battery drain, so use with caution if you’re not located near a charger.

iVibrateMe is available to download from the App Store for $0.99 and is designed for iPhone. Please note that the app does not work on the iPod Touch.

ivibrateme-qriVibrateMe requires iOS 2.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this news item.

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One Response to “iVibrateMe Turns Your Phone into a Personal Massager”

  1. […] on that note, be careful what you do with this new iPhone app called iVibrate. It’s a “personal massager.” […]

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