There's a new app that can tell political fact from fiction. Something that could come in handy as election day draws near.
But when it comes to all those political ads on TV, many wonder if it can really tell us who's lying to voters.
If you watch TV, you can't miss the political ads.
"Mitt Romney has a plan to get America better," one Romney add said. "Barack Obama, worst job record since the depression."
A Ted Yoho add said, "The politicians have given us sixteen trillion in debt. It's time for new leadership."
They're all advertisements produced by Political Action Committees, some paid for by actual candidates, other financed through other sources.
"Lets put the mudslinging aside and run the pigs out of the trough and put America first."
Channel 4 asked voters if they believe what they hear over and over on TV.
"I do think there's a hint to some truth," voter Theo Harnage said. "You just have to figure out what it is. They stretch it."
"They may say things that bend the truth a little bit, to get at the other guy, so they can draw the votes," another voter Brother Robinson said.
The Super Pac App will make fact checking easy, matching the audio waves from the commercials against a computer database, which will give you the truth.
It uses the same technology as the application Shazam, which quickly identifies a song and the artist.
Designers of the app are hoping their application is a political game changer this year, because Super Pac can now spend unlimited amounts of money on presidential campaign ads and unfortunately, far too many, are untrue.
"The news was doing that for us, for a while," Harnage said. "They were taking the apps, but now we can do it."