The LIVR Reverse Breathalyzer App Only Lets You Access Your Phone If You’re Drunk Enough

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LIVR is a breathalyzer app in your phone, but it’s not there to make sure you end up in handcuffs.

Created by Kyle Addison and Avery Platz, LIVR can only be accessed after users have attached a device to their smartphone and blown into it.

If you’re drunk enough to make some bad decisions, access is granted and your greatest night out in ages awaits.

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