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Did you ever have something you wanted to say, but didn’t know how to say it? Now William Shatner has an app for that.
The iconic actor of the Star Trek series and performer of spoken word albums is starring in a new role as the voice of a new app, called “Shatoetry.”
The app, which costs $2.99 for the iPhone and was released Thursday after more than a year of development, relies on Mr. Shatner’s trademark larger-than-life voice and mixes one of around 400 words together into a very Shatner-esque sentence, which the developers call a “Shatism.”