“If you can’t fly here to chill with me you can with this app,” the Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco informed fans through a post on his Twitter account. A new application was created on his iPhone with the help of teammate Jordan Palmer.
Through the new application, Ochocinco fans only needs to pay $4.99 to follow his daily exploits in photos, videos and tweets. They can ask his advice on dating or anything else, send their own photos for posting, and track where he is each day when he’s on the road. They can follow media-savvy receiver all the time whether wearing a Bengals jersey or not.
Jordan Palmer, the younger brother of Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer, said the application will parallel what Chad does on the field. Of course, his company spent months making the application, which is by so far the most ambitious apps created by the company, which Palmer and two of his friends formed to create apps for athletes and entertainers.