With more than 1 million apps available, the Google Play store offers a varying array of titles, ranging from best-ignored downloads to genuinely funny to useful apps and games. Yet for every popular favorite such as Kindle or YouTube, there are some strange and useless apps too that are given below…
1 Crack my Screen
Do you want to make your Smartphone appear as though it’s horrifically damaged but can’t be bothered to actually smash your phone up? Boom! Crack My Screen to the rescue.
This app does what it promises to do...
3 Stupid game
Are you stupid, an idiot or even a moron? Complete this app to show to you and your friends that you are not completely stupid!
4 Ghost Detector
According to descriptions or depictions provided by believers, a ghost may appear as a living being or as a nebulous likeness of the deceased.
5 Throwy Phone Extreme!
Throwy Phone Extreme is an app which you should use absolutely at your own risk. Basically, it is a game in which you throw your phone upwards and it calculates the height of the throw. So, what are you waiting for, go on an incredible adventure while sitting in your living room.
6 Hold On
The app lets you test your patience level. The game is fairly simple, you hold on a coloured square and the app starts a timer which notes down the time. See how long you can keep holding without lifting your finger up
7 Pointless Button
Pointless Button is literally a pointless button. That said, the more you tap the pointless button the more things you unlock, like pictures of cats. The real pull of this app is the ultimate question: what happens if you just keep pressing the button?
8 I Am Rich
You can be famous with this app and this app is for Rich People who think that I am rich enough to purchase this app.
9 Last Night
The story follows a married couple, apart for a night while the husband takes a business trip with a colleague to whom he's attracted. While he's resisting temptation, his wife encounters her past love.
10 No Game
This app has NO GAME.Please download this app at your own risk of entertainment.