Weird and Strange iOS Apps
With the multitude of apps available in the App Store, it’s no surprise that there are some really strange and bizarre ones out there. Here are some of the weirder apps that we’ve come across in the apps store:
By Digital Bananas
This little app is designed to simulate a ghost hunting tool. It purports to measure ions, EVP and EMP and shows a radar that pinpoints paranormal activity. While it is a little spooky which the dials go up and seeing a blip on the radar creeping up on you, the advertisement bars at the top and bottom of the screen, in addition to the full screen adverts that keep popping up detract from its appeal.
By Objectified Apps
Tattoos are an interesting and personalized choice. If you’re looking for inspiration for your next tattoo or just curious about what people get printed on their bodies then this app is great. All it does is show you endless images to tattoos: from dragons to names, from full body tats to ones on tongues, if you think you’ve seen it all then think twice with this app!
MadPad HD by Smule is an innovative way to take the sights and sounds around you and mix them in a beat box. You’d be surprised with what you can do with everyday sounds! Smule has brought iPad users a variety of great music apps, such as Magic Piano and Glee Karaoke, and MadPad is no exception to their excellent products.
Andrews UK Limited
Curious Punishments provide an interesting and detailed look at some of the macabre, bizarre and strange forms of punishments used in history. From the placid Scarlet Letter to the Stocks and Ducking Stool, these weird ways of punishing criminals will have you wondering about society and grateful that we’ve all progressed along the path to civilization
Unusual Deaths in a macabre yet amusing little app. The wide variety of strange, bizarre and just plain silly ways that people have died helps one appreciate life and intelligence more. This app has a slick and beautiful design, and while there is not much functionality, it is always refreshing to see an app that harnesses the iPad’s beautiful graphics capabilities.