Don't Call It a Rerun: Pocket Sitcom is BACK!

Pocket Sitcom is a soundboard app for iOS and Android that recalls the classic sitcom soundtracks, sound effects and audience reactions of classic TV-land offerings. This latest version, which builds on the simple functionality and quality sounds (courtesy of Noel Selders at Substream Music + Sound Design) that caught the attention of the writers of NBC’s Parks and Recreation and lead to the app being featured on the show, is free to download via the App Store and Google Play.

DESCRIPTION

You will never have the chance to pull a fast one on Mr. Belding. Sheldon doesn’t care about your theoretical theorems of quantum physics. You’ll never look cool doing the Urkel. There won’t be a Festivus for the rest of us. Clarissa will never explain it all, an estranged cousin from Mepos will never knock on your door and no one wants to meet you at Central Perk for coffee. Face it – no matter how hard you try, no matter how many reruns you watch, your TV sitcom fantasies will never come true. Except for one.

Pocket Sitcom provides the soundtrack for the sitcom of your life. Choose the right chuckle for your well-placed pun, the fitting cheer for your neighborly entrance, or flex those muscles to the loud swoon you always deserved. Whatever the occasion, Pocket Sitcom is designed to add the perfect touch of cheese to your modern life and bring a dash of must-see TV to every day of the week.

FEATURES

  • Three screens and over 30 original, high-quality sound effects to choose from.
  • Laughter. Applause. Woots and wah-wahs. Gasps and guffaws. Theme music, punches, quick hits, bumpers and more!
  • Don’t like commercials? A simple in-app purchase removes all banners from the app. Just like a DVR, but better.
  • Subscribe to push notifications to be the first to know about new sounds as well as new apps in the POCKET SITCOM series.

All you need now is an oversized cell phone. So c’mon preppy, life is short – give it the soundtrack it deserves.

(Crickets? Really? Fine. That joke played better at the table read.)