Ochocinco iPhone app’s improvements continue to enhance his experience

Mar 21, 2010
Misc

Since last October’s release of the I Am T-Pain will be happy to know that you and the wide receiver have similar tastes. The final version 2.0 update is a minor detail; there’s a “C’mon Son” feature that shows a piece of cardboard with “C’mon SON!” written on it. Aside from that all, the outlandish features are […]

Since last October’s release of the I Am T-Pain will be happy to know that you and the wide receiver have similar tastes.

The final version 2.0 update is a minor detail; there’s a “C’mon Son” feature that shows a piece of cardboard with “C’mon SON!” written on it. Aside from that all, the outlandish features are still here, such as sound bites, “Where’s Ocho,” “Ask Ocho,” tips and “Ocho TV.”

So, in short, Rock Software has made an already good iPhone app even better. This update includes more content that is both relevant and fits with what was already in the app – something that probably isn’t as easy as it sounds.

The best thing about the Chad Ochocinco Experience, though, may be its price. Originally sold for $5, the app is now free.

Ochocinco is not the only athlete with his own iPhone app, but he may have the best one. When the app originally cost money, I only recommended it for fans of his; but now that it’s free, everyone should check out this fun iPhone app.

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