I'd Cap That® - Add Funny Captions and Text to Photos
by: Iddiction • 27.9K
You know that guy who's always throwing out vulgar, overused catchphrases at inappropriate moments in a desperate attempt to be funny? I'd Cap That® is that guy, littered with ads and attempts to get you to actually pay for his uninvited stream of failed hilarity.
Feed the app a picture from your camera roll - or snap one in the moment - and the app will ascribe it what appears to be a completely random phrase on the bottom. These highbrow phrases range from "They just hate me 'cause they ain't me" to "I like it when you do it right thurr". If the result isn't offensive enough for you, you can hit the refresh button for another potshot at random humor - but only twice, and then you'll have to pay for the privilege.
If you're tickled by the result, you can export the resulting captioned image to whatever social media site suits your fancy. There's a watermark, of course - credit where credit is due - but you can remove it by paying.
I'd Cap That® from Iddiction is totally pointless and utterly unfunny. It's a very thinly disguised attempt to get you to pay for something with zero value.
by Janel , Appszoom
Jul 10, 2013
THE MOST HILARIOUS APP IN EXISTENCE!
I’d Cap That takes your normal photo and selects the perfect, most hysterically crude caption and slaps it on top. If you don't LOL right away, refresh the caption for optimal hilarity. You and your friends will have an absolute blast capping your pics. Never before has anything ever made you laugh this hard.
• As seen on CNN, FOX, and other boring news sites
• App of the Week - All Things Social
• Things You Can’t Afford to Miss - Business Insider
• Waste of Time - Teachers Everywhere
Hundreds of absurdly hysterical captions to turn your iPhone pics into hilarious works of art! Humiliate your friends and family -- share it on Facebook and Twitter!
BETTER THAN BREATHING
• Hundreds of hilarious and crude captions
• Refresh captions
• Choose from your library or use your camera
• Share the photo on FB and Twitter
Tell us what you really think. Email email@example.com with caption suggestions and feedback.