Check out the most useless apps ever
You got your lovely phone and now you can’t wait to install some interesting apps, that not only would ease your life, but will also entertain you while you are waiting in line, during your alone time in the bathroom or during boring family lunches. But, not all apps are great, according the people who used them, as some of them are useless waste of memory. Check them out.
So, this is pretty much an advanced practice for teenagers who want to see if they are good at kissing. The thing is that this app actually requires you to kiss the screen on your phone and we highly suggest you not to do it (bacteria and dirt and what not lives on the surface of your screen). So, to put it clearer – you are supposed to use your tongue here and the app will rate your kissing skills. Don’t do it for the sake of your own health.
2 Will You Marry Me?
For the men who don’t know how to propose, this app is their buddy, although it is pretty lame. Flip open the virtual box and you will be presented with a badly-drawn ring, and the question ‘will you marry me’ has option with ‘yes’ and ‘no’ buttons. But, a pop-up ad may or may not ruin the moment (and you know it will). And of course, if you try and tap the ‘no’ button, it hilariously jumps around the screen, making it impossible to select. If this doesn’t piss off your girlfriend, you sure will, with the whole ridiculous idea of proposing via an app. If she actually taps ‘yes’ (because she loves you enough to accept marriage proposal from an app), you will be treated with a cheesy fanfare. So congrats, you are now engaged thanks to a silly app. So romantic!
3 Electric Razor
It is a virtual razor and that is it. You hit the ‘on’ button and it makes a noise a bit like a razor. It has no special purpose, but you know, you can make a fool out of yourself in front of your friends.
This is the most idiotic of them all, probably, because it helps the user (who apparently is a ladies man and has several girls that he is fooling around with) to have a good time. This app should help you track which of these ladies are having her menstrual cycle so you can arrange your agenda according to it. This is a password-protected menstrual calendar for you. Now you’ll know if they’re angry because it’s their time of the month, or just because they’ve somehow got involved with a terrible boyfriend.
5 Cry Translator
For new parents, who are unsure why their baby was was crying, this seems like the perfect solution. All you have to do is, hold the phone near to the crying newborn and the app would explain what the noise was all about. Reviewers criticized it on Twitter and on blogs. One said it mistook hunger for boredom and another said the £2.99 app was a complete waste of money. And people actually believed this.
6 Virtual lighter
This app transforms your phone into a virtual lighter. So, you watch the pretty flame flickering on the screen, but you can’t light a fire with it. It may work once, you know, but if you over use it, your friends would be kind of annoyed.
7 Ghost radar
Is your home haunted? Ghost Radar will turn your phone into a ghost tracker. This app can pick up paranormal activity via the microphone and guide you to your ghost. To help you in advance – no ghosts have been reported after using the app. Too bad.
8 I Am Rich
Pretty dumb app according to all users out there. The gleaming ruby app was made with the sole intention to show off how rich you are. That means, not only do you have to waste $1,000, you have to whip out your iPhone every time you want to prove it. You’d be better off taking a picture of your $1,000 burning in a fire. Apple removed the I Am Rich after they realized they launched the app during the worst economic crisis in decades. Were there actually people who paid 1000 dollars for an app? Seriously?
9 Hold the Button
And that’s it. Hold it. This app doesn’t require anything else, but to hold the button. And keep holding. Until you lose your job, friends and family and become the homeless person who sticks his/her finger on the screen on their phone.