Festivus Carol – 20th Anniversary of “The Strike”

To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Seinfeld episode “The Strike” which first introduced the world to Festivus, we are releasing a app acoustic audio version of our Festivus Carol.   All net proceeds from the sale of this will be donated to Autism Services, Inc. of Western New York. (This should amount to about $0.60 per download)

Unfortunately, the app is only available for Android devices right now:


If you would like to directly donate to ASI please visit their website:





Festivus Party! 2015

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| an App for the Rest of Us!

Celebrate at your next Festivus party by Airing Your Grievances using Google Speech, singing along to karaoke tunes, or viewing sentimental holiday themed art.

Complain by either typing or dictating gripes using Google Speech recognition.

Automatic date stamping on grievance list.

Spread the Joy of Festivus by emailing your grievance list to friends, family, coworkers (and/or elected officials if your country permits it)

If reading Complaint Free World didn’t work for you, try yelling at this app instead of other people… it’s very cathartic!

(Also please leave your grievances about this app in the comment section. It’s very much a work in progress.)

All profits from sale of this app will be donated to local charities (not the Human Fund though)






Festivus Party! for Android on Google Play



Also try some of our other apps:

..voCal Voice Calorie Counter/Food Diary – fast Google speech-based  calorie counter and weight log

….CSV Histogram viewer – view comma/tab delimited data in histogram format (handy for analyzing data exported from Noom, myfitnesspal and many other apps)

…Political Gibberish Generator… generate random political sounding sentences based on vocabulary  used in US politics

Why not check ’em out at our Play Store!:



Also — if you are looking for a cool tune to play at your Festivus Party, check out “Let Us Have a Festivus!” by our official band Tea With Warriors:






You can own your own copy at:


…and More from TWW: