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RunPee

RunPee

Dan Florio

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3.0 Ratings 1K+ Reviews
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3.0
1.2K+ Ratings
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  • I love this app! Feb 19, 2019

    By Mr Gecco
    As an older gent with old guy plumbing it’s typical to get up from a movie two to three times to pee. This app is awesome for allowing me to do that and not miss critical parts of a movie. Each “pee time” will give a synopsis of what you missed and make sure are kept in the loop. This app also gives a lot supporting information like ratings and if there is extended scenes or anything unusual after the end of the movie. I really like the “Running Late?” section where it gives a brief explanation of the first three minutes. You will sinc the timer to the movie at the beginning and get silent alerts 1 minute before it’s time to run pee. It’s easy. There is much more information to make this app your new favorite when it comes to going to the movies. Nothing is for “free”.... sort of. You need a “pee coin” for each movie and to get a pee coin you can watch an add. I did that for quit a while, got tired of it and bought an “infinity” pee coin for $20. I am glad I did. I didn’t always have time to watch the ads and will no longer need to. I highly recommend this app to people who like to go to the movie. If not for telling you the best time to go, but also the loads of other information that is included for each movie.
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  • What did we do before RunPee...?! Jun 23, 2019

    By creativity4hire
    All of us need to support developers like this one. I feel like I have been using this app since it was released, and have always enjoyed it. It’s truly one of the original mobile apps created to seriously improve a specific part of your life. Today, I finally got to see their customer service in action and I can only say...wow. After seeing “Toy Story 4” on opening day, I started to submit a quick correction to one of the Peetimes. It was a small mistake and anyone watching the movie could have understood the Peetime’s cue even without the correction. Still, this app is been so good to me so I wanted to be good to it. However, by the time I left the theater and tried to submit the change, I noticed they had already corrected it. I sent them an email telling them how impressed I was that they stay so punctual with corrections. To my surprise, I got a personal response from none other than the app’s creator thanking me for my attempted correction. AND he rewarded me with a few Peecoins to say thanks. For someone who cares more about customer service than a lot of things, I was further impressed by an app that was already a favorite. Thanks again, Dan!
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  • A Most Helpful App Mar 13, 2018

    By ThBgGy
    Let’s start with the fact that if you’re looking for an app like this, chances are good that you have a medical issue or you are simply of a certain age. That certainly applies to me. I don’t know if the developer knew what success of this app was going to mean for him but they’ve achieved it and they continue to follow through. All of the detailed movie information is there as soon as a film opens and with lots of detail, not only picking spots where you can slip away but also synopses, credit info and so on. What more could you ask for? The fact that the continuous supply of new information has caused long time users to view an ad here and there or much more practically, purchase the infinite pee coin is a small thing to ask for what you get and why you continue to use the app. For those of you who don’t like investing a bit of your time or what amounts to the cost of a few movie tickets and then leave a negative review implying that something is fishy, you should be ashamed. Great app. Always has been. Worth the money. Get it now. You will appreciate your decision each time you use it.
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  • Huge Fan Feb 13, 2019

    By Kala6
    I use this app every time we go to a movie, not for pee breaks, but for popcorn refills. I’m amazed that just about every movie we go to is in the app (our favorite reclining seat theater movies anyway). Tells you when is a good time to step out and It has a quick re-cap of what you’re missing. Also tells you if there is anything to stick around for during/after the credits. It tells you what line to listen for as your cue to leave. I always read this ahead of time because when my phone goes to sleep the timer stops. I could probably fix this in the settings, but knowing the approx time of the break and what line to listen for works fine for me. I bought the infinite pee coin (and I’m pretty cheap when it comes to paying for apps) because I didn’t like having to watch an ad to get a pee coin every time. I’ve definitely gotten my money’s worth out of it. I saw someone thinks the positive reviews are fake, this one isn’t, but I will say the app people did email me asking me to make a review. There is more to the app, like reviews, but I mainly use it for “pee” times and credit info.
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  • Favorite app ever! Feb 20, 2018

    By AymR
    I cannot tell you how wonderful RunPee is. I can’t imagine going to the movies without RunPee, because I know I’m going to need to run sometime, and this not only tells me when, it tells me what I’m missing while I’m gone. You can also (for free!) find out if it’s worth staying through the credits for an extra scene. I know it mainly only does one thing, but it does it SO WELL, and there are humans behind it doing all the research. There was a time they were doing ads on every open, but that was so annoying. I wanted to open movie info when I’m at the theater, not look at an ad. The new method of letting you watch ads at home in advance makes so much more sense, and if you do decide to pay cash it’s 10 cents per movie, I think. $1 for 10. Pretty reasonable to me. Anyway, I love this app so much I paid for the lifetime subscription as soon as it was offered, just to support the developers. Do give it a shot (first movie’s free!) - if you need this app (or your children do, or the person you’re at the theater with...), it’s priceless.
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  • USED to be so awesome! Jun 3, 2018

    By Amy A.I. is DEA
    I have been a LONG time user of run peetime. Like almost since the beginning. And in the beginning the people at peetime where humble and just beginning and made an app that was simple and useful. THEN came the greed. It started with guilt inducing announcements to us about the huge cost associated with the service and then justifications for new advertising and wait screens. (Appropriately about bladder control medication!!) It all seemed bearable until the pee coins came along or whatever they are called! I mean seriously!!!! Now u have to buy coins to get times or some crazy thing and it is just too dang complicated. What I need, and I think anyone really needs is a simple recommendation of a slow moment in the Movie that u can miss!!! The “anything after the credits” thing was really the only thing I actually used and now that’s even messed up. The people at pee time can’t even agree on what “something during the credits” even is now a days!! Anyway, I’m done with it. Iv carried this app for years and have finally given up. I think what is needed is a crowd sourced app with simple “pee time” recommendations and advice on after credits scenes. Simple!
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  • Great premise, ruined by their own model Apr 12, 2018

    By Cratcho
    I won't give it 1*, because I do use it and it comes in handy for knowing if there is a scene after the end credits. However, like others I paid for this app. There is a reasonable expectation in paying for an app that it won't shove ads down your throat (locking the app until ads have run). The idea of trying to get a subscription fee out of me after I already paid for the app? Laughable. These people do NOT know how to monetize what they have and are forcing users to suffer through their hamfisted experiments. UPDATED: Now it is 1*. Initially you paid for the app and got the service, as any reasonable person would expect. Then they placed barrier ads you were forced to watch before accessing the ad, which felt like something you do on a free version of a pay app, not the full version. Now they have a “token” system, hiding the service you already paid for and forcing you to jump through ad hoops just to access it. They have done uncorrectable damage to the app owners and will not recover. This is bound to fail now and deserves to.
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  • Unethical Sep 21, 2019

    By geoelectric
    Not enough to have paid for the app when it was still premium, now I have to either watch ads or pay for an "infinity peecoin" to use what I already bought. This is unethical, and developers who do this should not be rewarded. It's Simply. Not. Done. by any reputable application. Reputable applications innovate new functionality and then charge for it as an upsell when they need more money. They might change the rules for new customers and charge them differently. But they don't take away what you already have and resell it to you, as if they never received payment from you. I get that the developer got in over their head and what they charged didn't do enough to offset their time. I respect that the revenue model had to change to mitigate that--but not for me. I paid for functionality offered for a one-time payment and expect to have it available as long as the app exists because that's what one-time payment means. And what happens when this model fails too--another infinity peecoin to buy? Perhaps more ads, or maybe I'll have to sign up for free trials or Venmo some cash straight to the developer. Or perhaps they'll ask for a "sign in" email address--to sell to spam lists. Please do not pay any money to this application, watch ads, or otherwise enrich these developers. Runpee deserves to fail out of existence, if only as an example of exactly how not to treat paying customers.
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  • I love this app! Feb 19, 2019

    By Mr Gecco
    As an older gent with old guy plumbing it’s typical to get up from a movie two to three times to pee. This app is awesome for allowing me to do that and not miss critical parts of a movie. Each “pee time” will give a synopsis of what you missed and make sure are kept in the loop. This app also gives a lot supporting information like ratings and if there is extended scenes or anything unusual after the end of the movie. I really like the “Running Late?” section where it gives a brief explanation of the first three minutes. You will sinc the timer to the movie at the beginning and get silent alerts 1 minute before it’s time to run pee. It’s easy. There is much more information to make this app your new favorite when it comes to going to the movies. Nothing is for “free”.... sort of. You need a “pee coin” for each movie and to get a pee coin you can watch an add. I did that for quit a while, got tired of it and bought an “infinity” pee coin for $20. I am glad I did. I didn’t always have time to watch the ads and will no longer need to. I highly recommend this app to people who like to go to the movie. If not for telling you the best time to go, but also the loads of other information that is included for each movie.
    more
  • What did we do before RunPee...?! Jun 23, 2019

    By creativity4hire
    All of us need to support developers like this one. I feel like I have been using this app since it was released, and have always enjoyed it. It’s truly one of the original mobile apps created to seriously improve a specific part of your life. Today, I finally got to see their customer service in action and I can only say...wow. After seeing “Toy Story 4” on opening day, I started to submit a quick correction to one of the Peetimes. It was a small mistake and anyone watching the movie could have understood the Peetime’s cue even without the correction. Still, this app is been so good to me so I wanted to be good to it. However, by the time I left the theater and tried to submit the change, I noticed they had already corrected it. I sent them an email telling them how impressed I was that they stay so punctual with corrections. To my surprise, I got a personal response from none other than the app’s creator thanking me for my attempted correction. AND he rewarded me with a few Peecoins to say thanks. For someone who cares more about customer service than a lot of things, I was further impressed by an app that was already a favorite. Thanks again, Dan!
    more
  • A Most Helpful App Mar 13, 2018

    By ThBgGy
    Let’s start with the fact that if you’re looking for an app like this, chances are good that you have a medical issue or you are simply of a certain age. That certainly applies to me. I don’t know if the developer knew what success of this app was going to mean for him but they’ve achieved it and they continue to follow through. All of the detailed movie information is there as soon as a film opens and with lots of detail, not only picking spots where you can slip away but also synopses, credit info and so on. What more could you ask for? The fact that the continuous supply of new information has caused long time users to view an ad here and there or much more practically, purchase the infinite pee coin is a small thing to ask for what you get and why you continue to use the app. For those of you who don’t like investing a bit of your time or what amounts to the cost of a few movie tickets and then leave a negative review implying that something is fishy, you should be ashamed. Great app. Always has been. Worth the money. Get it now. You will appreciate your decision each time you use it.
    more
  • Huge Fan Feb 13, 2019

    By Kala6
    I use this app every time we go to a movie, not for pee breaks, but for popcorn refills. I’m amazed that just about every movie we go to is in the app (our favorite reclining seat theater movies anyway). Tells you when is a good time to step out and It has a quick re-cap of what you’re missing. Also tells you if there is anything to stick around for during/after the credits. It tells you what line to listen for as your cue to leave. I always read this ahead of time because when my phone goes to sleep the timer stops. I could probably fix this in the settings, but knowing the approx time of the break and what line to listen for works fine for me. I bought the infinite pee coin (and I’m pretty cheap when it comes to paying for apps) because I didn’t like having to watch an ad to get a pee coin every time. I’ve definitely gotten my money’s worth out of it. I saw someone thinks the positive reviews are fake, this one isn’t, but I will say the app people did email me asking me to make a review. There is more to the app, like reviews, but I mainly use it for “pee” times and credit info.
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  • Favorite app ever! Feb 20, 2018

    By AymR
    I cannot tell you how wonderful RunPee is. I can’t imagine going to the movies without RunPee, because I know I’m going to need to run sometime, and this not only tells me when, it tells me what I’m missing while I’m gone. You can also (for free!) find out if it’s worth staying through the credits for an extra scene. I know it mainly only does one thing, but it does it SO WELL, and there are humans behind it doing all the research. There was a time they were doing ads on every open, but that was so annoying. I wanted to open movie info when I’m at the theater, not look at an ad. The new method of letting you watch ads at home in advance makes so much more sense, and if you do decide to pay cash it’s 10 cents per movie, I think. $1 for 10. Pretty reasonable to me. Anyway, I love this app so much I paid for the lifetime subscription as soon as it was offered, just to support the developers. Do give it a shot (first movie’s free!) - if you need this app (or your children do, or the person you’re at the theater with...), it’s priceless.
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  • USED to be so awesome! Jun 3, 2018

    By Amy A.I. is DEA
    I have been a LONG time user of run peetime. Like almost since the beginning. And in the beginning the people at peetime where humble and just beginning and made an app that was simple and useful. THEN came the greed. It started with guilt inducing announcements to us about the huge cost associated with the service and then justifications for new advertising and wait screens. (Appropriately about bladder control medication!!) It all seemed bearable until the pee coins came along or whatever they are called! I mean seriously!!!! Now u have to buy coins to get times or some crazy thing and it is just too dang complicated. What I need, and I think anyone really needs is a simple recommendation of a slow moment in the Movie that u can miss!!! The “anything after the credits” thing was really the only thing I actually used and now that’s even messed up. The people at pee time can’t even agree on what “something during the credits” even is now a days!! Anyway, I’m done with it. Iv carried this app for years and have finally given up. I think what is needed is a crowd sourced app with simple “pee time” recommendations and advice on after credits scenes. Simple!
    more
  • Great premise, ruined by their own model Apr 12, 2018

    By Cratcho
    I won't give it 1*, because I do use it and it comes in handy for knowing if there is a scene after the end credits. However, like others I paid for this app. There is a reasonable expectation in paying for an app that it won't shove ads down your throat (locking the app until ads have run). The idea of trying to get a subscription fee out of me after I already paid for the app? Laughable. These people do NOT know how to monetize what they have and are forcing users to suffer through their hamfisted experiments. UPDATED: Now it is 1*. Initially you paid for the app and got the service, as any reasonable person would expect. Then they placed barrier ads you were forced to watch before accessing the ad, which felt like something you do on a free version of a pay app, not the full version. Now they have a “token” system, hiding the service you already paid for and forcing you to jump through ad hoops just to access it. They have done uncorrectable damage to the app owners and will not recover. This is bound to fail now and deserves to.
    more
  • Unethical Sep 21, 2019

    By geoelectric
    Not enough to have paid for the app when it was still premium, now I have to either watch ads or pay for an "infinity peecoin" to use what I already bought. This is unethical, and developers who do this should not be rewarded. It's Simply. Not. Done. by any reputable application. Reputable applications innovate new functionality and then charge for it as an upsell when they need more money. They might change the rules for new customers and charge them differently. But they don't take away what you already have and resell it to you, as if they never received payment from you. I get that the developer got in over their head and what they charged didn't do enough to offset their time. I respect that the revenue model had to change to mitigate that--but not for me. I paid for functionality offered for a one-time payment and expect to have it available as long as the app exists because that's what one-time payment means. And what happens when this model fails too--another infinity peecoin to buy? Perhaps more ads, or maybe I'll have to sign up for free trials or Venmo some cash straight to the developer. Or perhaps they'll ask for a "sign in" email address--to sell to spam lists. Please do not pay any money to this application, watch ads, or otherwise enrich these developers. Runpee deserves to fail out of existence, if only as an example of exactly how not to treat paying customers.
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