Apps stores are an integral part of owning a smartphone, essentially the gateway to millions of apps that can improve your life, maximize your productivity, and ensure you never look anyone in the eye ever again. However, app stores also seem to host pretty much any application that is submitted to them. And you know what that means, don’t you? I get to spend an entire article going over the bottom of the barrel. Let’s take a look at some of the worst, most useless apps I’ve seen available.
Have you ever wanted an app that, every time you push it, says the word “bruh”? Of course you have! Well you’re in luck because that’s what the Bruh Button app does. In fact, that’s all that it does. Seems worth the 13 MB of space it takes up on your phone.
Send Me To Heaven
Are you sick of all the benefits of an uncracked screen, an efficiently running smartphone, and all that spare money in your pocket? Well then Send Me To Heaven is the game for you! Here are the complexities of the game: you throw your phone up in the air to see how far up you can get it. And, yeah, that’s all there is. The cost of the app is only $800; free to download the app and $800 when you undoubtedly break your phone and need a new one.
Are you wondering what mood you’re currently in? Do you find it impossible to know whether you’re happy, sad, or excited? Well then you’re clearly in need of the Mood Scanner, an app that scans your thumbprint, vibrates, and assigns you a random emotion each time. I’m pretty sure you can guess my mood after using this app.
Drink Cocktail Real Sim
Have you ever been out for a drink with friends only to stick with water because your wallet is empty? No problem – just download the good old fashioned Drink Cocktail Real Sim app, the lengthily-named app that lets it look like you’re drinking a cocktail from your phone. You can even spend a few dollars on add-ons such as extra glasses and ingredients. You know, money you wouldn’t want to waste on a real cocktail.
Celebrity Emergency Doctor
Allow me to start by saying that, yes, this is an actual thing. This premise of this app is simple: you perform various acts of surgery on a number of vaguely familiar-looking celebrities. So I’m sure you’re thinking this is some kind of Operation-style playful surgery game, right? Nope. You cut them open with scalpals, drain puss with a syringe, and deliver their babies, all as they wince in pain because you apparently don’t know how to use anesthetic. I thought these were celebrities, how are there not drugs available?