Spoiled lets you ruin friendships by sending Game of Thrones spoilers

If you’re a sufficiently decent person, stop reading.
If you’re a terrible person, the kind of person who takes pleasure in the misery of others, you’d probably like spoiled.io.
Spoiled automatically sends text messages that reveal key elements of the GoT storyline to friends, enemies, or anyone else you don’t like. For $1, Spoiled will send the anonymous messages for the rest of the season.
The idea was inspired by this woman, who last month got internet famous for spoiling every episode of Game of Thrones for her ex-boyfriend after the two broke up.
Creators Ross Hettel, Hunter Lane and Joe Mainwaring said more than 120 people have been signed up to receive alerts since Spoiled debuted last week.
“We created it as a social experiment just for this season, but we are considering expanding and will have a poll on the home page after the [Game of Thrones] season is over to ask what show users would like spoiled next,” Hettel told VentureBeat via Twitter.
Spoiled is one of a series of prank apps and tools that costs about $1. Goat Attack anonymously sends goat stories and photos to people. There’s also Cat Attack and Adele Attack. In 2014, Cat Facts became so popular on Reddit it was made into an Android app.
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Spoiled lets you ruin friendships by sending Game of Thrones spoilers
Spoiled lets you ruin friendships by sending Game of Thrones spoilers



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