Many people use apps to browse online, talk to friends, or find imposters in games like Among Us. However, there are some iPhone apps that are so unusual. It’s surprising they would be allowed to exist, here are the top 15 most weird iPhone apps ever created:
Weird iPhone Apps
15 – I am rich
Many people’s dream is to be rich but we’d say that owners of the I am rich app are a little prouder of their wealth than most, that’s because rather than flaunt it with a nice suit, watch or bottle of wine, they’ve decided to drop a ridiculous 999 dollars on an app.
The app itself is absolutely pointless as all it said was: I am rich, I deserve it, I am good, healthy, and successful. Yet despite this, a total of eight people bought the app in the first day that it was launched. And any copycats have been made ever since in a bid to try to capture a wealthy audience.
Numerous people have berated the app for its stupidity. Six out of the eight people who bought it ultimately didn’t ask for a refund and were reportedly pretty satisfied with their purchase.
14 – Watching Cute Girl X
Many people dream of catching the attention of a cute girl. This app takes this concept and applies it in a truly terrifying way. That’s because Watching Cute Girl X is essentially an app where a purportedly cute girl stares at you with her smiling or saying something to you at random intervals.
The girl on the screen interacts with you with the help of about 180 supporting video clips; with her getting annoyed or angry when you shake the screen and amiable when you don’t do anything at all. However, while the creator of the app said that he designed it to provide companionship when you’re lonely and just want to see another human face, the whole thing comes off as insanely creepy and while its price of $3.99 turned many people away when it first came out in 2012, it became completely free in 2014, meaning that it should have become more popular, however, due to the fact that it’s no longer on the app store, we think it’s fair to say that it didn’t become popular enough.
13 – Places I’ve Pooped At
Any of you who’ve ever owned a pet dog would know they feel an innate need to mark their territory after all. Anytime you go for a walk, you can expect them to take a pee next to the tree trunks, stop signs, and garbage bins that you find along your path. While humans have never really engaged in this type of behavior, there is an app out there that makes it doable, known as the places I’ve pooped at.
It allows you to mark your territory by putting geo-location pins on all the spots that you’ve pooped at. Once these are marked down, you can add your friends and compare your locations with the app.
Additionally, it gives you a notification when someone you follow drops a new poop pin. While places I’ve pooped at may be pretty strange, it can definitely lead to some fun competition between friends.
12 – iVoodoo
In all honesty, voodoo is a little creepy to the majority of the population after all. While it’s a Bonafide religion in many parts of the world, the trademark figures with pins sticking out of them have cast voodoo in a rather negative light.
If you happen to find sticking pins into a doll to be relaxing then iVoodoo is the app for you. The App essentially allows you to keep a virtual collection of five voodoo dolls with all five being outfitted with different names and even with faces that can be selected from your photo gallery, from there the user can then choose to stick these dolls with a variety of seven different pins with these including both positive and negative selections, however, despite being the perfect voodoo tool, the app never really caught on and thus is no longer on the app store.
11 – Nothing
We’ve all tried at some point to make something out of nothing, but the developers of Nothing made nothing out of something by creating the Nothing App. Put simply, what we’re trying to say here is that the Nothing app, while being made like any other app, literally does nothing. After opening the app users are greeted with a black screen and a button that says ‘nothing’ and does nothing, best of all because the app has nothing on it.
It sells for nothing, making it an absolutely free addition to any iPhone thus if you want to download an app that promises nothing and delivers nothing then the Nothing app is for you.
10 – Yo
Whether you like it or not Yo has become a popular phrase amongst teens in recent years. While it’s mostly used in informal situations, the Yo app elevates the word to a whole new level, by allowing it to be your go-to response to any social interaction.
The app essentially works by giving you a whole host of options on how to send Yo to various people. For example, you can send a yo to anyone in your contacts and attach a phone number, a song, or even a location so as to give the Yo more context.
You can also send a yo to let FedEx know you’ve got a package. Send a yo to the Ubereats guy to tell you’re on the way downstairs, or even subscribe to getting a yo in your notifications when your favorite celebrities post something on Instagram. While yo may seem pretty mundane on its own, this app allows it to be inserted into nearly every social interaction.
9 – Pimple Popper
While the past few years have brought upon a whole host of strange things, perhaps one of the weirdest has been the widespread obsession of many with pimple popping. After all, videos of pimples being popped, often garner millions of views on YouTube. The famed Sandra Lee who brands herself as Dr. Pimple Popper has become so well-loved. She even has her own television show, thus as weird as it may be, it really shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that there is now an app that allows people from around the world to pop pimples virtually, known as the Pimple Popper app.
It essentially makes this fun bodily-obsession an addicting game. The app has blackheads, whiteheads, full-blown pimples, and scabs on offer with a total of 18 different faces to pop across levels that reset the pimple positions for every new game. This allows the app to provide its users with nearly endless amounts of fun as they can always try a new challenge whenever they open up the app, and while there have been a plethora of complaints in recent months about the game freezing too often and showing too many ads, we’d say the app is still worth giving a shot.