Rubber Bands Designs

Rubber Bands Designs

There are many apps on Google Play – games, image editors, apps that do nothing and more. We thought we had seen almost everything on this online store but we were mistaken – there’s an Android app that is called Rubber Bands Designs and it did surprise us in a way we never thought possible.

Judging by the name we knew right from the start that Rubber Bands Designs deals with rubber bands and the way you can use them. When installing the app we were surprised to see that it is just about 4 MB in size but the real surprise came when we ran it for the first time – the app turned out to be a YouTube instrument that allows you to watch rubber band designs-related YouTube videos. There are a few menus at first where you can choose what types of rubber band designs you want to create and then the app takes you to videos that show you how you can create them at home. Thus in a way by using Rubber Bands Designs you will use mainly YouTube and the rubber band designs videos that are hosted there.

There isn’t that much else to say about Rubber Bands Designs. It is a nice, different app and it can be a really helpful tool given you like rubber bands and you want to create something new and unique with them.

Rubber Bands Designs is free and resides here on Google Play.

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