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An Idea

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An Idea

NPC Unlimited

Productivity, Utilities

IOS
GBP 0.99


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Sometimes all you need is a spark.

Boost your creativity by seeing three word "Sentences".

Don't get any juice from the current offering? Replace any word, or the whole "Sentence".

Like what you see? Copy it to the clipboard, or mail it.

Useful for brainstorming, or just to amuse yourself with all the non-sequiturs.



Release notes


iPhone X support



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