Antipersona App Lets You Feel Like a Twitter Celebrity
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have millions of people hanging on your every word? Well, now you can simulate the buzz of being a Twitter celebrity thanks to an app called Antipersona.
While most civilians’ tweets never even reach double figures for likes and retweets, including the sympathy likes from your mom, the Twitterati can tweet what they had for breakfast and muster a thousand likes.
Rather than having to pray for one of your solid gold 140-character witticisms to go viral, you can experience the rush of being a Twitter big-hitter through iOS app Antipersona which offers "a window into someone else’s social media point of view."
The app allows you to choose anyone on Twitter and to see what they would see if they logged on to the social network. So you get to see that notifications bar constantly ticking over and the followers coming rolling in night and day, plus all the smug mutual appreciation from fellow celebs.
...For the novelty value of seeing what your screen looks like when you’ve won at Twitter, you can’t do much better than downloading Antipersona and, unlike most forms of identity theft it’s legal and totally free in the Apple App Store.
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