Justin wants you to follow him on Shots of Me app.
@justinbieber: Follow me @shots at http://shots.me/justinbieber
As previously reported, Shots of Me is funded by Justin. The app launched Tuesday on the iPhone as a simple way to let youngsters share smartphone self-portraits — aka selfies.
Justin Bieber’s latest fragrance THE KEY offers a free social alarm clock that lets beliebers wake up with Justin. Pick one of his songs to wake up to, and tweet about your dream to share it with Beliebers everywhere. Pretty cool.. huh?? #unlockthedream
Download via iTunes, free.
This alarm clock is built to promote Justin Bieber’s new fragrance “The Key”. The app lets you set alarms and wake up to your favorite Justin’s song from your iTunes / Google Play library.
It comes bundled with a unique instrumental piano version of “As Long as You Love Me”.
The app user can swipe up and down on the “Dream mode” screen to adjust the brightness, and when the alarm goes off, you can tap anywhere to snooze or slide anywhere to turn it off.
When the alarm is turned off you get an audio greeting from Justin Bieber himself. The app then asks “What did you dream about?” and you can post the answer as a tweet from the app with the hashtags #thekey and #inmydreams.
Watch Bieber alarm in action Continue
Justin Bieber is pissed over a Beaver. He has threatened to sue the makers of the ‘Joustin Beaver’ mobile iPhone/ipad/Android app.
Justin’s lawyers have sent a cease-and-desist letter to RC3, the company behind the game, which they allege parodies of Justin without his permission and allows users to control Joustin’ Beaver as he floats down a river and fends off ‘phot-hogs’. See the letter!
TMZ claim that Justin and his representatives want the game removed from iTunes as well as an account of all the revenue RC3 have made from it, but the Company insisted they will continue selling the 99 cent app, claiming it’s a parody and therefore protected by the First Amendment to the Constitution.