September 30, 2013
What a finale! I am, of course, referring to the just-aired final episode of "Breaking Bad," which is titled "Felina," an anagram for "finale." As it happens, "Felina" may also be written as "FeLiNa" to signify the chemicals iron (Fe), lithium (Li), and sodium (Na), which are key ingredients in blood, meth, and tears, respectively. If you're a fan of the highly acclaimed and addictive show, you're no doubt familiar with its technique of using the chemical symbols of elements in its title and the names of its cast and crew in its opening credits. Well, using a simple iOS app made by your fellow "Breaking Bad" addict, you can now apply the same technique to your own name. The app, which is neither authorized nor endorsed by the copyright holders of "Breaking Bad," is called Name Maker - Breaking Bad Edition. And it lets you:
Name Maker - Breaking Bad Edition is available in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later. See also: The AppAdvice Week In Review: Breaking Bad Over iPhone Sales Numbers, No Half Measures: Apple Decides To Refund 'Breaking Bad' iTunes Season Passes, and Shelf Control: Break Down One Of The Best Shows On TV With Breaking Bad: Alchemy. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
- Create awesome chemical names for yourself - we search the periodic table to get all the elements that occur in your name. We make them look exactly like in the show.
- Choose the background of your choice - pick one of your own images, or the classic smoke background. We patch your chemical name on top of that
- Share it with the other fans on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, and show your friends that you are the one who knocks.
Name Maker - Breaking Bad Edition