Oscar Mayer's App Wakes You to Smell of Bacon

Lara Spencer explains what has everyone buzzing in the "GMA" Pop News Heat Index.
3:00 | 03/07/14

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First "Pop news," everybody. Let's get to it with the smell of bacon in the morning. Something we're always happy to wake up to and, well, now there's an app for that. It's called wake up and smell the bacon. Created by, oh, Oscar Mayer. If you download it and get the iPhone dongle. Yes. It's a dongle. My new favorite thing to say. Can I borrow yours. A small adapter you plug into your headphone jack and when your time hits, the alarm goes off and at the same time the alarm goes off, the aroma and the sound of sizzling bacon fills your room. For the chance to win one of these limited edition bacon alamps all you have to do is full out a little quiz on the Oscar Mayer website. Trust me, can you do it. Three questions. Cracking up thinking about it. I want to test your dongle. Well, Dan, thank you for saying what I was thinking. Electronic device. That's right. Yes. Yeah. More on dongling coming up later. Also in "Pop news" this morning as you serve for a retreat for spring break or even what is this summer you speak of, you may want to bush the boundaries with what you're going for. "War and peace" could be a piece of take thanks to another new app that will allow you to read it as dense as harry potter in less than 90 minutes calls spritzing. Not Reading. It's called spritzing. It allows you to read between 250 and a thousand words per in interto give you a typical idea, 200 and 400 words a minute and how much you actually understand, they say, is equal with spritzing. They've done intense testing on it. You remember in grade school they had those -- Yeah. Something like that. That's kind of what that is, right. Basically. What it does, basically what it dose shows you one word at a time which they believe helps you sort of digest your brain can digest the word. I don't know. There's great research on it. People say it's a wonderful thing. It's all about your optimal recognition points. Yes. We'll talk about that and dongling after the show. The app is coming to Samsung soon. Finally they say patient is a virtue and that sharing is caring and, well, easier for some than others. I was wondering when I saw this video why is the mom letting the little dog havehe ice cream and not letting the big dog have the ice -- just take a look. Cool. No. Daisy gets her first. Daisy gets hers first, why? Poor cooper. Why does daisy get hers first? That's the question. Can we do that in slow motion? That's great. And then we understood why daisy got hers first. Oh. Yeah. Wow. Nobody needs to feel bad for cooper. Excellent. All right. That's "Pop news" and I guess I

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