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This hilarious iPhone and Android app was designed to be used on the toilet

Toilet Art

We might not always talk about it, but smartphone users have developed the habit of always using their handsets while in the bathroom. Now, a new app wants people to stop hiding behind closed doors and proudly share art they draw on their surroundings while using public and private rest rooms around the world.

Toilet Art: Rest Room Gallery by Syborg Studios is an interesting concept that the bashful among us might steer clear of. The purpose of the app is to share photos snapped while in the bathroom, though the subject of the photos isn’t vulgar or unpleasant. Instead, the app encourages users to create art on their surroundings, and then share a photo of their creation. For example, many people seem to use pens to draw on rolls of toilet paper, and then they use the app share photos of their creations.

Photos are then rated by other users around the world using a 10-star ranking system.

Never get bored in the john again.

Your toilet is a place of utmost cleanness, the walls at least?
Then you should get the REST ROOM GALLERY immediately.
It offers the funniest, most exquisite and best toilet art from around the world.

You can upload art wherever you are, rate others’ or share it with your friends.
The map will give you the location where you will find it in the real world.

Toilet Art: Rest Room Gallery costs $0.99 on iOS devices and is a free download for Android phone and tablet users.

Download Toilet Art: Rest Room Gallery for iOS

Download Toilet Art: Rest Room Gallery for Android

Zach Epstein

Zach Epstein has been the Executive Editor at BGR for more than 10 years. He manages BGR’s editorial team and ensures that best practices are adhered to. He also oversees the Ecommerce team and directs the daily flow of all content.

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