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Vuvuzela 2014 iPhone app not banned at World Cup

Even though the Vuvuzela has been banned from the World Cup that doesn’t mean you still can’t have fun with it while at the event. This is because there is a way for you to use the Vuvuzela horn during the World Cup 2014 in Brazil, and that is with an iPhone and iPad app.

These Vuvuzela apps may not be as loud as the horn itself, which is louder than an aircraft taking off, but if enough fans in the stadium during a World Cup match were to use the app at the same time, then you will be able to recapture the sound from the World Cup 2010 South Africa, albeit with less decibels.

The Vuvuzela Man 2014 app is described as the world’s most powerful portable Vuvuzela because of it featuring Multi-Vuvu technology. There are many features to this iPhone and iPad app, including reality mode making it the nearest thing to the real horn, the ability to play four Vuvuzelas at once, touch or blow to recreate the sound and much more, details of which you can find by heading over to iTunes.

Vuvuzela Button iOS app is a bit more basic because it lacks many of the features as the app above. You have just two modes, the first is a single Vuvuzela, and the second is a recreation of an entire stadium of Vuvuzelas.

No matter which of these two apps you choose, either one will annoy your friends. However, if you want something that isn’t as loud and creates a much better sound, then the Caxirola could be it. We have already seen how Brazilian’s have made this the new Vuvuzela, although we did say that this instrument was also banned from the World Cup 2014 games.



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