Come for the tweets, stay for the drink recipes in JWOWW’s app

Feb 21, 2011
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I’m sure on some part of this planet there are people who don’t know what Jersey Shore is. Maybe even a lot of them. But for everyone else, there’s the JWOWW Official App. An entire app dedicated to everyone’s favorite all-caps shore member. JWOWW’s app doesn’t venture too far outside the box when it comes […]

I’m sure on some part of this planet there are people who don’t know what Jersey Shore is. Maybe even a lot of them. But for everyone else, there’s the JWOWW Official App. An entire app dedicated to everyone’s favorite all-caps shore member.

JWOWW’s app doesn’t venture too far outside the box when it comes to personal apps. It has the usual Twitter feed and photo gallery, and a Facebook connect page where you can chat with other Jersey Shore fans. There is also a shop where you can buy her book or her bronzer (yikes!).

But, rather surprisingly, or unsurprisingly given how often the cast members of Jersey Shore can be found in a dance club, there is also a section devoted to cocktail recipes. Within minutes, you can make your own “Royal Arrival,” “Red Hot Mama” or even a “New Jersey Tea.” They’re not groundbreaking drinks, but they add some legitimate value to a simple vanity app.

Regardless of your interest in JWOWW, her app does boast some of the cleanest navigation around. The page with her tweets is easy to read, and it scrolls very smoothly. Similarly, the drink recipe page and photos pages are organized well. This app might be a cash grab to suck every dollar out of the show’s fans, but there’s been some decent thought put into the layout.

Ultimately, there’s no way you’ll download this if you don’t love Jersey Shore, but if you’re the kind of person who has already named a pet or two after Snooki, the JWOWW Official App has some decent value for what it is.

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Dan Kricke

Dan Kricke has been playing with electronics and writing about them for years. He loved his Sega Dreamcast and now the PlayStation 3. On the iPhone, he's a fan of sports apps and anything that offers new music.

 

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