Vuvuzelas give phones World Cup ring

2010-06-15 08:01

As complaints about the vuvuzela roll in, lovers of the metre-long

plastic horns can now blast them from cellphones.

Dutch designers moblio have released a Vuvuzela 2010 app on Apple’s

iTunes music store.

Their website says they have had 750 000 downloads of the

application that lets users blow the horn by touching an image of it on their


One user comment called it “so stupid, it’s awesome”.

Some players and television viewers have complained about the din

created by the vuvuzelas in the stadiums, but Fifa has insisted that fans will

not be stopped from blowing the horns that have already come to symbolise the

tournament in South Africa.

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