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This app will trick your friends into thinking that your iPhone can print REAL money. It prints $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100 dollar bills. Just tap the center of the printer to change the bills. Money Printer is an excellent tool to use when paying at the grocery store, restaurants, and even at coffee shops. It always generates a laugh.
• Crisp and clean graphics.
• True to life sounds.
• Multiple bills to print.
Other country's currencies are coming soon.
What's New in Version 1.1
• Added euros
• Rotated printer
• Improved load time
Not Ready for Prime Time -- Suggestions Submitted Here
A great idea for a novelty app. The app itself works well. Even if you're dexterous (like me, a table-magician), you'll have to practice a LOT to make this trick work at all -- but it still falls flat -- because hiding and then pulling out a bill to match the timing of the "printing" of the bill is very, very difficult. I think the app should be redesigned like this: (1) Abandon the "printing" illusion and go for a "dispensing" illusion. Everyone knows that the iPhone doesn't print anything, especially bills. (2) Aim for a "dispensing" illusion -- that is, change the short and barely audible ink-jet printing sounds to some "cha-ching" or "gears grinding" sounds. (3) Make the "printer" output-tray graphics looks more like the familiar ATM money dispensing slot. Go make a few withdrawals and observe the clink and clank and the air rushing out, etc. (4) Since hiding then sliding a crisp bill (crips bills are pictured) is VERY difficult, make it appear that the money is dispensed from the ATM slot then FOLDED and fed out ANOTHER slot at the edge of the screen that makes it appear that the money will appear, FOLDED, underneath the iPhone. Without these changes, this illusion app is just not likely to fool anyone. But it entertained me for a few minutes until I realized all its shortcomings, so you might find it amusing, too.
Decent novelty app
This app works fine if you have an IQ over 50. Unfortunately most iphone users do not possess this type of intelligence, thus they purchased an iphone. The developer did not do himself any favors by his poor explanation of the gag on the app store. So let me help those of you who don't have the capacity to figure it out yourselves. Take a dollar bill and fold it accordion style into the palm of your hand. Place the iphone in the same palm hiding the bill. With you other hand's thumb and index finger grab the leading edge of the bill while still hiding it under the right hand edge of the iphone. Use your thumb on the hand that is holding the iphone to touch the print button. As the bill 'prints' out on the iphone display, slowly pull the real dollar out from behind the phone. With a little practice you will get the timing just right. I am so tired of people leaving bad reviews because they are too stupid to figure out the simplest of tasks.
This is an okay stunt. Almost every review on here had a low rating because the users thought the device would actually print money. Did you really think that a dollar bill would come out of your speaker?? Does that honestly seen reasonable and realistic that a $1 app would print out $100 bills? The apps low rating is simply due to the users lacking basic knowledge.
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- Category: Finance
- Updated: Jan 29, 2010
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 16.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Andy Mileusnic
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 2.2.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.