What’s this all about?
With over 1.3 million apps on the iOS App Store and Android
apps on the Google Play Store quickly catching up, it’s fair to
say there are a lot of apps out there.
The following apps represent the worst of the worst that we
have stumbled across.
Warning: download at your own risk!
If you’ve heard of people practicing kissing using their pillows
and hands, this is the technological development. iFrenchKiss
basically asks you to snog your iPhone screen and then rates
you on the performance.
It offers tests on French kissing and top tips to improve your
technique. It is free to download from iTunes but has had some
Will You Marry Me?
This app does exactly what it says on the tin – you can
propose to your beloved via an app. To propose simply pass
your phone over to your one true love, and a virtual ring box
flips open on screen with the question, ‘will you marry me?’
You have the classic choice of selecting yes or no buttons –
that is if a pop-up ad doesn’t ruin the ‘romantic’ moment.
Have you ever imagined an alternative war which fought with
meat? No us neither, but Beef War is a game where your only
ammunition is cuts of beef. There are 48 unique cuts, 7 types
of tanks and intense strategies in which you fling meat at your
Ever find yourself talking to Siri as if it’s a real person? Well
Ethan is a real-life version living in an app where you can ask
life’s most meaningful questions, like what should we watch on
Apparently there is a genuine person responding to all the
questions, but the preference for multiple choice questions is
highly suspicious. Just don’t ask him if he’s real….
The premise of the game is this: hold the button for as long as
you. If you let go you lose and then you get to start the fun all
over again by trying to beat your record.
For 69p you can submit your score to the world rankings –
which is 100% anonymous as the app doesn’t have a working
So what now?
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The weirdest apps of 2014