Weirdest Android apps
I recently bought a new phone, an Android phone (an HTC desire to be exact), and with Sun cellular’s unlimited mobile internet I have been turned into a crazed-obsessed apps download junkie. you would see me standing against our office building’s glass walls, arms raised, trying to maximize sun’s internet signal so as to hasten the downloading of applications that caught my fancy.
As I wade through the numerous android apps, I have experienced a number of ‘wtf-is-this-for-real moments’ caused by really weird apps. Here’s some of them:
1. My Perfect Egg Timer Pro (Spreebytes)
Description: My perfect egg timer Pro measures the egg size on the screen and calculates the exact time for boiling eggs. Taking the egg diameter, egg temperature, the altitude you are in, and how hard or soft you want it into account, the app starts an egg timer once the egg is in boiling water. Shortly before the egg is done, you will be notified.
Me: Either you really, really, really love eggs or youre suffering from an obsessive-compulsive disorder
2. Pillow (Justin Powell)
Description: A delightful pocket pillow to pull out whenever you need a snooze. Shows you a picture of a pillow.
Me: Are you kidding me? This is just like looking at a picture of a cold glass of iced tea in the middle of a desert during el nino.
3. Massage experts (qwinter)
Description: Can choose three kinds of vibration modes. Masturbation massage kind is included.
Me: I didnt download this. I swear.
4. Up to you-Sexual positions (sampson)
Description: There are many things couples need to decide, but sometimes very difficult to choose a common will, then from the master you can help solve the annoyance, as long as you gently swinging about, we can solve the problems between you. Roll the dice and see what position you will do tonight.
5. Applause Clap your hand (Strange Sound)
Description: Applause is primarily the expression of approval by the act of clapping, or striking the palms of the hands together, in order to create noise. Audiences are usually expected to applaud after a performance, such as a musical concert, speech, or play.
Now you can clap your hand without getting hurt, clap, clap, have fun
Me: Can we get any lazier than this?