Wipe Away Drake's Tears With The 'Drizzy Tearz' App

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Drake performs in concert on the 2nd day of the 2nd weekend of the Austin City Limits Music Festival at Zilker Park on Oct. 9, 2015 in Austin, Texas. 

Here’s an app that will have the Internet crying. Multimedia designer Ashten ‘Whoopi” Winger has created an app that allows you to control the tears falling on Drake’s face.

The app -- named “Drizzy Tears” -- is inspired by one of 2015’s rap MVPs, Drake, and the emo bars that have made many lovers (and exes) weep.

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The iTunes description reads:

Drizzy is pouring his Tearz into the rap game and you must stop him before it's TOO LATE! Tap the Tearz to stop him from crying and don't let them reach the bottom of the screen! Don't be the worst, beat your best score and your friend's! Use headphones to amplify the experience, the soundtrack is awesome!

Los Angeles producer Tristen Winger also created a complementary soundtrack called Tearz From The 6 -- a nod to Drake’s upcoming album titled Views From The 6 -- that is filled to the brim with tearful melodies like the rain-soaked “#HeartDrizzle” and attention-seeking “#NoticeMe.”

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The “Drizzy Tearz” app will eventually push out new updates in the coming months including exclusive content, story mode and multiplayer mode, so you and your woes can cry together.

“Drizzy Tearz” is available on iTunes here. Push play on the app's soundtrack below.