You love playing online casinos with you mobile phone or tablet. For that reason, like us, you’re probably highly attentive to the scenes in movies with gambling or cards are involved. Those scenes are always exciting — seeing great hands with huge pots on the line.
Just remember some of the great gambling films like that, such as The Hustler with Paul Newman, or perhaps Croupier starring Clive Owen, and more recently Casino Royale with Daniel Craig …
There’s a very basic, biological problem with going to the movies, of course. It hits women more than men, but it’s a problem for all movie-goers. You guessed it: having to pee while seated in a movie theatre!
Sometimes it’s not at all easy to read the film, if you will, to determine a good time for getting up as quickly as possible for a visit to the loo. With the artsier movies, making this call is invariably more difficult.
What to do? Getting the most out of today’s blockbusters or art-house movies, which means not missing the best scenes that everybody talks about, is somewhat of a postmodern survival skill, after all!
Well, one cinema-crazy family decided to do something about this problem, and the result is their quirky yet very useful RunPee mobile app.
When you read the app’s author comments you learn it was created by a man, and his whole family helps out by attending films and tagging them with safe times to exit. You can access their work through RunPee on your mobile phone.
Here’s how it helps you, in a nutshell:
- When you go to a movie, start the app after sitting down.
- Select the film you’re attending.
- After the credits, just engage the app’s timer.
- As you watch the film, your phone vibrates when it’s safe to go pee.
- While you’re away, you can read updates of what you’re missing.
- Voila! No more missing out on the best scenes.
All jokes aside, this app is very useful for folks of all ages who struggle through
films and end up with sore bladders. If the word gets out, it could increase movie
Sign of the Times
It’s a bit of a stretch for newmobilecasinos.com, but we’re tempted to wonder at
the age in which we live, inspired by RunPee. It’s an age of home-grown apps that
you can download, made by people just like you. The open-source environment of
Android means that many experimental or super-niche-oriented apps can evolve.
As it turns out, RunPee could be very popular with those people who still take
a few days off to romp in a casino (and some of us even take our mobile casinos
into the casinos!). Long shifts at pulling slots or playing cards often lead one to
the warm comfort of a movie theatre usually located on-site.
To keep that relaxing movie time hassle-free, RunPee is there holding your hand
like a whispering assistant helping you avoid awkward maneuvers in the dark!