Well, as Apple prepares to start taking pre-orders for the impressive new, ‘life-simplifying’ product, the iPad, it’s time to reflect on how, or even whether, the iPhone has actually improved our respective existences. However, not in this article. This is just a list of 10 bizarre Phone apps I found. Enjoy.
Hello Cow! Touch the cow on the screen and hear it go “moo” in a variety of different ways. This one is apparently aimed at kids and toddlers, to keep them distracted on long trips etc. Thank you, Steve Jobs and ‘Hello Cow’ creators, for neutralizing kids’ incredibly annoying thirst for knowledge, answers and candy.
Hold On. With this app you must hold down a (virtual, on-screen) button for as long as possible. That’s it, seriously. You can compete against the world though, but finding out that you’re the best in the world at this particular app could, and probably should, lead to depression.
Hang Time. This is a good one. ‘Hang Time’ senses for how long your iPhone is in the air. Not for people who have trouble catching objects.
Zits and Giggles. Pop the zits on-screen. Proper disgusting.
Puff. Blow into the microphone to create drafts that lift the skirts of Anime style cartoon girls. Then sit back and wonder why you can’t get laid.
Sesame Kisscomi. Kiss the Anime style cartoon girl on your iPhone, and she’ll tell you how great it was. Then sit back and wonder why you can’t get laid.
Belly Button. Choose from 7 different belly buttons, and try and match them to a mystery voice. You can also tickle the belly button and make it jiggle and its owner, giggle. If this seems useless there’s always free iPhone ringtones to look for.
My Vibe. This basically makes your iPhone a vibrator… Maybe wait until the cancer research is done before cranking up this one.
Ocarina. If Guitar Hero wasn’t enough, move even further from the pressures of real talent by blowing into the microphone and pushing the screen for a ‘surprisingly lifelike’ sound.
Amateur Surgeon. This game is awesome and self-explanatory.