Do you know how many apps are there in the App Store and Google Play? More than 1.5 million in each, and only a fraction of them are really useful and can improve your day to day life. The rest are apps that serve no purpose to anyone whatsoever. But, still you will be surprised how many of those are pretty hilarious.
I think that even some of the most popular apps like Instagram are completely useless apps if you ask me. What’s the point in posting pictures of yourself constantly? It’s like going down the street and giving printed photos of yourself to the people on the street. Instagram should be allowed only to pretty girls because no one wants to see ugly guys taking selfies all the time.
Just kidding, this is a free world after all. That same free world that brought us disaster apps like Christmas Photo Frames or Floating Miley Cyrus. But, that same free world that brought some of the best real money casino apps (http://www.pokieslist.org/android-pokies.htm).
One of those apps that you app addicts don’t need but should have anyway is I Am Important. This is one hilarious app and very useful one if you have the need to fake your social life. That’s right, this app creates fake social life for you. It generates made up contacts, it creates fake events in puts them into your calendar.
It will even post your success to Facebook so that your friends would be green with envy assuming you have any friends, which would be unlikely if you have come to a point of using this app. It’s essentially an app that is supposed to make yourself feel important. I think it’s a funny app, especially the moment where you can pay to remove the advertisements. LOL!
Secret on the other hand is much more interesting app. You don’t need it, but it’s kind of fun having it. With this app you get to connect with your phone contacts or friends from social media that are also using the app, and you get to share and read secrets anonymously. I would use this app to find out about my friend’s secrets and then I would try to find out whose secret was it by engaging each of them into conversations about “the guy that eats boogers for breakfast” and see them sweat under pressure.
What you do in this app is post a brief secret of yours, and you get to read other people’s secrets without knowing whose secret it is. In the section “Friends” you get to read secrets posted by your friends or their friends, while in the section “Explore” you get to read secrets from people around the world.
And check this next app. Paper, owned by Facebook, essentially the same app as Facebook only with a bit different layout where you get to flip through news a lot easier without the annoying friends’ status posts on your home wall. In Facebook’s words, it’s an app where stories are distraction free and full screen. Great, as if anyone cares. But, when you get to install it you will see that it’s actually a cool app. You don’t need it, but why not have it anyway.