iAmAMan: a period-tracking iPhone app for men
“I am a Man” will help you with your private life planning. You will know about your girlfriend's period and her mood. You can plan your dates, and save some money.
But that's not all! You can add several girls. The program helps to avoid misunderstandings and preserve .
My favorite part may be the cunningness of the application. Each girl has a different password so if one hacks your iPhone, she won't see another girl's menstrual cycle on your calendar.
PhantomAlert: an app that helps you commit crimes
A new piece of software called Phantom Alert claims to add warnings for hidden police cameras and DUI checkpoints right into your GPS system. Phantom Alert provides 100,000 “enforcement locations,” its maker says, and then sends you a warning before you hit any of those areas.
The Stalqer: an app that lets you stalk your co-workers
Baby Shaker: an app that simulates killing a baby by shaking him
It sparked outrage from children's groups and brain injury foundations. The aim of the game was to quiet babies by shaking the iPhone until a pair of thick red Xs appeared over each eye of a baby drawn in black-and-white.
BeautyMeter App: an app to vote for one's hotness even if you are underage
A wildfire of controversy was set off when Krapps.com uncovered several sexually explicit pictures of some girls who list their age as 16. One photo features a 15-year old flasher posing topless, including a deliberate pantie dip as she poses for the camera.
Poo Blaster: a simulation game of how men clean toilets
From the of I Never Thought I'd Write, Poo Blaster challenges gamers to clean a series of befouled toilets by directing a virtual stream of urine at the polluted areas of porcelain. It's unseemly by any measure, but Immature's Google Play page further ups the ante/lowers the bar by calling the game a "simulation of how men clean toilets," a notion I'd like to refute on behalf of self-respecting, toilet brush-owning dudes everywhere. Despite Poo Blaster's flawed premise, all hope is not lost: Immature could still remove it from the Android games category and re-brand it as a diet app, since it's guaranteed to make you lose your appetite.
Badabing!: an app that helps you instantly find beach or pool pics of your Facebook friends
The service is particularly in light of recent claims by the Internet Watch Foundation that it found more than 12,000 instances of girls who had posted seductive pictures of themselves that ended up on pornographic sites.
Gayometer Pro: an app to ‘help' you figure out if your friend is gay
Cannabis: a Google Maps looking app that helps you find Marijuana
Apple has approved a new $2.99 iPhone app, aptly named Cannabis. It's made by the also appropriately-named Ajnag.com. The purpose of the app is to help locate legal medical marijuana in states and locations where it can be found. Will this app lead thousands of iPhone users to cannabis, or is it a tool of a movement in favor of marijuana legalization? , surprisingly, is both.
If you can legally purchase cannabis, you can use this app to find it. But what if you don't have a license or live in an area where medical marijuana is not legalized? This app also has an answer - it will show you the nearest cannabis organizations in your area so you can promote reform. It even covers by showing you legal cannabis coffee shops.
The Tooth Fairy App: the app to help you calculate how much you should pay per tooth
Now, just in case there any children who are avid Bucks readers, I'm not saying that the tooth fairy doesn't exist — just that he or she may confer with parents to determine the amount of money that is left under your pillow. The amount may vary, based on where you live, and by family (or fairy) tradition.
I am saying, however, that parents who need an app to tell them what value to place on their child's bicuspids may need to get a life.