First Terrell Owens joined Chad Ochocinco in Cincinnati to play for the Bengals. Now he’s teaming up with one of Ocho’s other partners, Rock Software, to create his iPhone app.
If you’re familiar with Ochocinco’s app, then you’ll recognize most of the available features. (Although I am intrigued by a sports app that will also remind me how to tie a tie.)
In other app news, Rock Software is working on apps for Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald, Packers RB Ryan Grant, ESPN personality Erin Andrews, boxer Mike Tyson, Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony, Thunder forward Kevin Durant and Magic center Dwight Howard. Rock Software is also developing apps for the Breeders’ Cup and the Cincinnati Bengals.
Even Ochocinco is getting a bump in the app world where a video game called “Hachi Go” will be released later this year. (Nate Jones, who works for Goodwin Sports Management with Kevin Durant, posted a positive impression on Twitter about seeing the Ochocinco game.)