Since Apple began to let third party programmers develop games and applications for their iPhone and iPod Touch, there have been hundreds of new apps hitting the iTunes App Store. Many developers produce as many iPhone applications as they can, hoping that some of those applications become popular; this has led to the creation of some offbeat, bizarre, weird, and downright creepy applications. Here are the three creepiest applications available for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
1. YoHottie – Somewhat based on the popular website, “AmIHotorNot,” YoHottie shows you pictures of various people and asks you to rate them, based on their looks, of course. Undoubtedly, this program is only downloaded by incredibly attractive people that are qualified in every way to declare what “attractive” actually means.
The description for the application asserts that it’s “great people watching straight from your iPhone,” which leads me to think that their main clientele is the type of person that never wants to leave the house, even to degrade their fellow human beings by rating them on a crude numerical scale. Download it for free to start objectifying people from your germ free bubble house today.
2. I Am A Man – Speaking of degrading your fellow human beings, if YoHottie didn’t do it for you and you’ve got male genitalia, you might consider I Am A Man, an application that–seriously–lets you track the menstrual cycle of your girlfriend or girlfriends. That way, you can be more of a misogynist without even trying, all for a small fee and a spot on your iPhone. You can put in multiple passwords for multiple girlfriends, too, letting you hide your infidelity while being a totally paranoid creep. This way, even if your poor girlfriend gets a hold of the program and puts in her password, she won’t see the menstrual cycles of all of your other girlfriends. Anyone who isn’t thoroughly disgusted by that past sentence should probably surrender their iPhone to someone more worthy.
3. Nicado – This iPhone application lets you send your location to the Nicado website, where it updates your profile and lets other members know exactly where you are. If it’s not inherently creepy that you’re sending a website your exact physical location, remember that if someone wants to find/stalk you, this is pretty much their dream tool. But hey, it’s fun to use if you’re just the type of attention addict that can’t stand the thought of friends and family not knowing where you are 24/7.
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