Eight quirky iPhone apps perfect for “The Office” fans

Oct 18, 2010
TV

Michael Scott and “The Office” gang are going strong in their seventh season featured prominently in NBC’s lineup on Thursday nights. If you need help getting through the days between new episodes, check out these iPhone apps to cure your “Office” cravings. Inside the Office The Inside the Office app (99 cents) is ideal for […]

Michael Scott and “The Office” gang are going strong in their seventh season featured prominently in NBC’s lineup on Thursday nights. If you need help getting through the days between new episodes, check out these iPhone apps to cure your “Office” cravings.

Inside the Office

The Inside the Office app (99 cents) is ideal for fans who have followed the quirky Dunder Mifflin employees since Season One. There are more than 1,000 challenging questions in this entertaining “Office”-themed app covering the first five seasons of the hit show.

Recall the famous lines from all of your favorite “Office” characters with The Office Quotes app (99 cents). This amusing app is packed with more than 600 quotes from every single episode of previous seasons, and will be updated soon with Season Seven’s best lines.

The Office Golf app ($1.99) not only gives you the means to play mini-golf on your phone whenever and wherever you want, but also links to full TV episodes and clips of the latest season.

Need an app to help you catch up on past episodes? The free TBS app has loads of videos featured from reruns of past seasons of the show. Also check the TBS schedule on the go, so you can catch all your favorite old episodes of “The Office.”

Pick your part

If you’re partial to the crazy antics of “The Office” leader, Michael Scott, check out the Michael Scott Sound Board (99 cents). This hilarious app is filled with the most outrageous moments supplied by the raucous manager of Dunder Mifflin. Of course, you can check out the infamous “That’s what she said” moments.

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Just can’t get enough of Michael Scott clips? Download the That’s What She Said app (99 cents) for 16 of the best “That’s what she said” moments from “The Office.”

If you prefer the peculiar office outcast, Dwight, over the silly and lovable Michael, then check out the Dwight Sounds app (99 cents). It’s got hilarious and classic Dwight clips – like “I never smile,” “See you in hell” and “Don’t be an idiot” – that will surely amuse you around your office for at least a day.

Do you envy the pranks that Jim plays on Dwight? Keep your office fresh and funky by downloading the My Office Sucks app (99 cents). The app supplies missions each day to waste time at work, and even keeps track of how much of your salary the company wasted on your silliness. If you get fired, don’t blame me. Blame Dwight.

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