Vent Your Frustrations to The President: Note to Obama iPhone App

By Gary Johnson - Oct 24, 2010

Are you frustrated with the way President Obama is doing things at the moment? Or maybe you are pleased with what the 44th President has achieved so far? Now owners of the iPhone and iPod Touch can voice their opinions via a new free application.

MEDL Mobile, have released Note to Obama 1.0 which allows users to anonymously post what they think about the President’s policies and actions. The application is completely user regulated; if your note is liked by other users it will get an ‘upvote’. But if it is thought inappropriate or offensive it will be voted down.

You must check your spelling and facts before you send your note as once it is sent it is final. Already notes which have been posted include; “hello Mr. Obama, I am Jordan Davis & you are my inspiration.” And “Pull all troops out of Iraq! Is politics and money worth more than someone’s son or daughter?”

Note to Obama 1.0 is available free from the App Store. iOS 4.0 or later required.

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  • Jon

    Finally!! Now that's a cool app!

    They should come out with Note to Kim Kardashian next!

  • Alan

    Cool idea … it's probably a good job Bush never had an app like this though!!

    Note to Obama is now on my iPhone …

  • Terry

    I have a couple in review with them. Waiting to here back from them.

  • Roger Dixon

    The app incubator have released loads of apps. One success story I have heard of is from a Brit trash collector Rob Shoesmith with problem halved.

    Have submitted a fair few ideas and am waiting to hear back.

    Anyone

  • Jared

    Nice app, I like feeling that we could be getting more access to our leaders. Honestly, the Right wing is starting to scare the hell out of me!

  • Jess Baxter

    It’s a good idea for an app. Would be even better if some how the president could actually see this app.

    Gas anyone had any luck with the developers app incubator app where they pay people for IPhone app ideas?