It’s back, folks. The app that everyone loves and adores because it helps them take that much needed pee break when nothing is going on during a movie is back in the market. Let me tell you – I definitely could have used this during a couple of different scenes in Transformers 3. RunPee is free, as usual, and is back in the Android market for all to download as of July 1st. Take the time to do that before heading to your next film viewing. Also take a look at the video above to view the latest features added during its period of unavailability. [Reddit]
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