The world has changed in so many different ways in the past decade or two it is difficult to count them. One of the ways that it has changed, however, is in the way that we communicate. Rather than having long discussions over the telephone or perhaps in person, we send text messages, tweets and post Facebook status updates. Basically, we are trying to communicate in 140 characters or less.
The unfortunate problem with communicating in such a way is that it leads to poor grammar. Some of us really don’t care about grammar but others get quite irritated when we see the wrong words used or if something is not capitalized.
Finally, there is something we can do about it. It comes in the form of an app that allows us to make corrections on atrocious text messages.
The app is Grammar Snob and it will be your new best friend when it comes to correcting friends that don’t know the difference between ‘there’ head or a hole in the ground.
Just tap on the appropriate sticker, hold it above the message and fire it back at them.
Your friends will thank you for it. Or is it “You’re friends?”
You can cross out extra words, and basically annoy anyone who has the audacity to send you an improperly formatted text message.
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