Happy and lucky, patcher!
I have the power to kill my sweetheart.
And it’s my job to do so.
And I’m happy.
Patcher is a new app for iOS that lets you share and track your favorite people with a smile and a little flair.
The app, which launched earlier this month, has over 4.5 million users and has been downloaded more than 3.5 billion times, according to App Annie.
Patches of happy and lucky patchers, designed by former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, are available for both iOS and Android devices.
I have to confess, Patcher’s creators were initially concerned by how it would be received by the public, Patchet says.
They found it was an easy sell.
“We thought, Why would we even need a public campaign?”
“It’s not a political campaign.
It’s not about how we’re going to get people to vote for us.
Patchers is not political.
It is not about us or about our political philosophy.
Patters are really about love.”
That’s a theme that’s become familiar to Patcher.
The software has also attracted attention for its unique, quirky interface and personalized recommendations, according a report in The Verge.
In a new blog post, Patchers creators wrote that they have received “hundreds of thousands of hits” for the app’s quirky, personalized features.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Patchett said Patcher users are often inspired by other people’s stories and have come up with their own unique ways of celebrating their favorite people.
“Patchers is a story about love, about life and death and the importance of having fun, and it’s a love story that is completely personal,” Patcher creator and CEO Josh Patcher said in a press release.
“If it’s not in your life, it’s probably not in the lives of other people.”
Patchers creator Josh Patchers.
Patchet is quick to point out that Patchers has not gone mainstream yet, and that it is still a relatively new phenomenon.
“I think that the best compliment I can give is not to say how much your programs have taught me (a ton), but how much Marketplace has motivated me to go out and teach myself.”
Patcher launched in late May and has more than 4.6 million users.
Patrons can create patchers for a wide variety of friends, relatives, and even pets.
And when Patcher detects someone who has the ability to kill a loved one, it will offer them the option to make their own, too.
The first Patcher release was limited to the United States, but Patchers users are rapidly expanding to more countries.
“As of June, Patters has been used in more than 130 countries,” Patchers co-founder and CEO Rob Wieden said in an interview with TechCrunch.
Patchel is available on the App Store and Google Play.
Patochett is also working on a “virtual family” app called Patcher family.
He plans to launch the family app in a few months, and hopes to launch a “personalization” app in the future.
Pathechers is currently available for iOS and Google Android.
Pathet has been testing Patchers for two months, using it to share love stories with his daughter.
“People are very passionate about Patchers,” Pathett said.
The company is hoping to roll out the app for the desktop and mobile platforms in the coming months.
Patchers creator and co-CEO Rob Wieiden says Patchers “is not political” and “is a love app.”
“Patches is a love game,” Patchets co-creator said.