New App tells women how many times they were “manterrupted” during the day


Are you a retarded Feminist who thinks everything is a gendered issue? Do you need an application on your phone that will take up your microphone 24/7, causing it slow down and waste your battery power? If you answered “yes” to either of the questions above, then we have just the app for you. A new application called “woman interrupted” claims they can tell how many times a woman has been interrupted in a day by using her smart phone’s microphone.

Equal rights start with equal voices. Woman Interrupted App uses the smartphone to detect and help reduce Manterrupting – that is what we call when men interrupt women unnecessarily. This behaviour stops women from expressing their ideas at work, at home and in society as a whole.
Using the microphone on your device, the app detects whenever a male voice interrupts you (for female users) and whenever you interrupt a female voice (male users). Don’t worry. No audio is recorded: everything goes directly from sound to data.
Make your voice heard.

To use the app, you need to sign in with your Google or Facebook account. The app makes you repeat the words “I will not be interrupted again” three times into your microphone, so it can know what your voice sounds like. And then it starts recording every time you get interrupted by a man……….. or does it? I installed the app and signed in, and all it seems to do is tell me how many times more than 2 people have spoken at the same time. The app also doesn’t seem to be able to distinguish between male and female voices, so it just records every sound from another human being as an interruption. Whoever designed this nonsense (Most likely a gender studies graduate) had no idea what she was doing.

Obviously, I am not the only one who has a problem with the app, as evidenced by its 2.4/5 rating on the Google Play store and all the negative comments it has received.

Watch the trailer for the App below:



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