The Obama Clock App

Posted on: August 28, 2011

Everybody loves apps for their phones don’t they? So this new Obama Clock App sounds like an interesting app if you like this sort of thing. The app is a countdown to either Barack Obama’s second inauguration or his final days as President of the United States. The application will download and update the following important voter metrics:

His approval rating, the public debt, the unemployment level, gasoline cost per gallon and the housing price index are included in this app. With information like this it just might make you a knowledgeable voter to decide if Obama is reelected or not.

The cost of the app is ninety-nine cents from Trojan Tree and lets you refresh your data simply by pressing Obama’s Trojan Tree Pin. You can also connect with the Obama Clock Facebook Page to stay up to date on the President and share with your friends.

The company is already working on future enhancements.

If you get this app let me know how it works.


3 Responses to "The Obama Clock App"

Nice job. This is the kind of mindset that voters need to have when they choose. And this creates accountability on the President too.!

Personally love it! Simple, to the point. All the stats are in an easy to access app. It’s not pro-Obama, it’s not anti-Obama. It’s completely neutral. The sad fact is, these starts aren’t great, so it’s shadowed in a negative light. Well done Trojan Tree! Can’t wait to see more!

Thanks for the info! Start up apps usually have “bugs” in them but then once tested it does get tuned up to humm along. Let me know if you have other fun apps you like and I’ll post it on my blog.


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