Nerves, not knowing what to say or most of all, trying not to laugh are some of the problems that often result in prank calls being cut too short—but for April Fool's Day this year, United States-based prank call company Ownage Pranks is helping tricksters out with a prank app.
The 'Ownage Pranks App' is specifically designed to send automatic prank calls to unsuspecting victims and do it well. The prank company uses cutting-edge AI technology, as well as speech recognition, silence detection and real-time analysis in order to recognize keywords as they are said.
Some of the prank calls that can be selected include neighbors calling for the Wi-Fi password or a grumpy Uber driver arriving early. App users are able to tune in live as their prank calls are carried out, and share the hilarious results afterwards on social media.