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The Official Friends App Is Now There For You, Clap Clap Clap Clap

Oh my GOD

Amanda Bell

Many of Friends' most dramatic storylines might not work in today's technological landscape -- can you imagine the whole "she got off the plane" confusion happening in the era of smart phones? -- but that doesn't mean today's fans can't enjoy the sitcom with some 21st century flair. After all, the series continues to thrive on streaming, which was definitely not a thing during the show's initial run.

In the spirit of keeping the show current, there is now an official Friends app fans can use right now. Yes even!

On Thursday, Warner Bros. TV announced the launch of its new Friends app, and it includes a ton of interactive goodies, including a series of photo filters that allow fans to try on some of Joey's (Matt LeBlanc) blue Ichiban lipstick or kick it with Marcel, a slew of season-by-season trivia questions, and recipes for the most memorable kitchen concoctions of the series, like Ross' (David Schwimmer) "The Moist Maker" sandwiches, Monica's (Courteney Cox) jam, and Phoebe's (Lisa Kudrow) pea potatoes. Unfortunately, Rachel's (Jennifer Aniston) trifle flub didn't make the cut, and no one seems to care about the "righteous mac-and-cheese" Chandler (Matthew Perry) loved so well.

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There's also a scavenger hunt option that allows fans to unlock exclusive content in nearby locations, and yes, you can even find out where the big orange couch is traveling to next as it makes way around the world to celebrate the show's upcoming 25th anniversary. (Nobody tell Robert De Niro about this.) We're a little disappointed that there's no playable version of Bamboozled here, but this app is definitely not DOA.

The app is now live and available for download on Apple and Android devices at Friends25app.com.

Friends is currently available for streaming on Netflix but will move to HBO Max next year.

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​Jennifer Aniston and Cosimo Fusco, Friends

Jennifer Aniston and Cosimo Fusco, Friends

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