99 Bottles!

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99 Bottles!

Matt Neuburg,


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Music 1.4 September 29, 2017 5.0

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55%
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Version 1.4 released on September 29, 2017
Compatibility with iOS 11.

Version 1.3 released on November 30, 2016
Updated for iOS 9 and iOS 10; rewritten in Swift 3.

Version 1.2 released on June 17, 2015
The world's most annoying, boring app now runs natively on iOS 8 and all sizes of iPhone.

Version 1.1 released on May 24, 2014
It's baaack! Updated and completely rewritten for iOS 7. Somewhat brighter interface. Still singing that same old song, though!

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App Description

Annoy your friends! Enrage your enemies! Bore yourself to tears! This application does just one utterly pointless thing: it sings the entire song "99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall" (starting with 99 bottles and ending when no bottles remain) in an artificial-sounding computer-generated voice. On the screen, 99 bottles are displayed. As each bottle is "taken down" in the song, a bottle is randomly chosen and removed from the screen. The count of remaining bottles is also shown. So you can be bored watching the screen as well as listening to the song. Options allow you to pause the song or to start the song over "from the top". The song also starts "from the top" each time you relaunch the app. Those are currently the only options. Please, for your own safety, if you must sing along, sing responsibly.

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99 Bottles! Ranking History | Music

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