Gummy bear is a popular holiday gift, with many people hoping it will help them remember a loved one, but the song lyrics generator app GummyBear says there’s not much to learn.
“You’ll learn a lot of the same words over and over again, which is a little disappointing,” said Matt Schuster, co-founder and chief product officer at GummyBeard.
“There’s not a lot to learn about what people are saying, or how they’re feeling, or what’s going on in their lives.
There’s not really much to figure out what people really think or what they’re really saying.”
Schuster and his team say the app will let users create their own personal song lyrics, and share them on social media and blogs.
“It’s an incredibly simple thing to do, but when you actually put it into words it becomes quite complex,” he said.
“But it’s something we think we can really make useful.”
Schusters app is still in beta, and while there are some notable limitations, such as limited fonts, there are still many options available.
“If you’re in a mood for something that really hits you, we’ve got you covered there,” Schuster said.
Gummybear’s Song generator will not be available for free until February, but if you have an iPhone or iPad, there’s no reason you shouldn’t start using it right away.