A "Game of Thrones" Spoiler App for those around you

"Ned Stark is alive." Imagine receiving a sms of this kind as you prepare to watch one of the episodes of the last season of Game of Thrones. If this is a fake spoiler - the series is full of surprises, but it is difficult to see the patriarch Stark resurrect after seven years of absence - the application Spoiled.io, it does indeed reveal elements intrigue ....

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Spoiled.io charges almost a dollar for the spoiler, or about five dollars for the six episodes of Season 8.

"Ned Stark is alive." Imagine receiving a sms of this kind as you prepare to watch one of the episodes of the last season of Game of Thrones. If this is a fake spoiler - the series is full of surprises, but it is difficult to see the patriarch Stark resurrect after seven years of absence - the application Spoiled.io, it does indeed reveal elements intrigue.

Its principle is simple: indicate the phone number of one of your contacts on the interface and your victim will receive after the broadcast of each episode (American time) an anonymous sms revealing the plot. Spoiled.io charges nearly one euro for the spoiler, or around five euros for six episodes of the upcoming season.

Appeared for the first time in June 2016, just before the last episode of the sixth season, this application published the outraged reactions of victims on his Twitter account. From now on, the customers will receive directly by sms a link on which to discover the answers of the trapped persons.

Parades exist

The creators of Spoiled.io say they were inspired by a thread Reddit, since deleted, where a woman told revenge every Monday morning of his former unfaithful boyfriend spoiling him Game of Thrones.

To counter this sadistic and deceitful weapon worthy of the Bolton house, some parries exist: block the foreign or unknown numbers the time of the broadcast of the season 8, to suppress the notifications of messages or for more extreme, to change telephone number.

Yes, it is painful, but it may be the price to pay to avoid spoilers. The developers of Spoiled.io told Business Insider in 2016 that their service then had "a few hundred" subscribers. If in your entourage, someone is part of the lot, we can only too much (un) advise you to avenge the Arya, the Cersei, or the Jon Snow. You are spoiled for choice.

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