Worst iPhone apps ever
Pretty much the whole world loves the iPhone (unless you’ve turned to the dark side and bought a Blackberry) but it has to be said that some of the apps really are quite rubbish. Some of them aren’t even free – so before you go spending £1.49 of your hard earned cash on a useless application, read below.
The Passion App
Ever wondered if you’re good under the sheets? The chances are you’re probably not if you’ve turned to attaching your phone to your arm to find out. The passion app apparently rates your passion levels by measuring different levels of movement.
Can’t say it’s the best idea ever – and it’s probably a bit of a mood ruiner too – especially as you have to pay nearly three pounds for it.
If you have got literally nothing, and I mean nothing, to do with your time then this app might entertain you for a few seconds until that annoying fly you’ve been watching buzzes past again. The Hold On game literally relies on you seeing how long you can hold down a virtual button for – yep, that is actually it, and it’s not free.
R U Dunk?
This iPhone app puts you through a series of five tests to find out whether or not you’re drunk – if you’re putting it to the test the chances are you’ve already been drinking for some time and you could probably answer the question yourself.
Nothing says romance like getting your phone to propose for you; this app relies on your constantly pushing the propose button until you’ve ground down your other half enough that they either say yes or file for a restraining order. Just go for the ring in the champagne instead.
So apparently real stationary is for losers and the 21st century kids use virtual stuff instead; this virtual stapler is just that – a virtual stapler, you can pretend to staple stuff all day long if you wish.
If you’re finding it really difficult to touch the screen of your phone properly then you can download touch train; you have to hit the bullseye ten times before your iPhone will grant you official touch-screen status. Or you could just go outside, try socialising, maybe even go for a walk.
Of course; why would you want to actually shave your face when you have an app that makes razor noises when you hold it up to your chin?