Ashton Kutcher, now currently of “Two and a Half Men,” has always been one of the most technologically advanced celebrities, so it should come as no surprise that he’s up on the latest iPhone apps. And apparently there is one that Apple internally calls “The Kutcher.”
Kutcher tells TV Guide it’s “an in-mail editable text expander.” And just what is that? Apple’s website says you can “type faster on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using short abbreviations that expand into long snippets. With TextExpander touch, you create a library of abbreviation shortcuts
for snippets of text that you use frequently, such as addresses, URLs,
and standard replies. Tap that abbreviation, and it automatically
expands to the full snippet.”
That certainly does sound like a convenient app and AplusK is online so frequently, we can see why it’s called “The Kutcher.”
Now if only Apple would design an app that changed every message you type into some form of crazy ego-maniacal prattle. We’re sure you can guess what they’d call it.