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Beware: All iOS Apps ArenĂ¢€™t Magical

Published on 07 August 13
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You might have a dream of buying iPhone to feel its magic. Desirously, you will also be saving money to buy an iPhone or an interesting application to feel the joy of using worldâs most advance gadget. But, your dreams can be shattered just by selecting a wrong app.

Though, Apple takes care of its application store maniacally. Well, you will love to know about some apps, which have earned the demonâs crown in App Store history. There is a long list of such apps these five apps has earned worldwide fame for their unusable nature. These apps can cause you headache or make you throw your iPhone on the wall so beware. These apps are really demons in the beautiful world of iOS.

1. I Am Rich

A German developer called Armin Heinrich contrived an application for iPhone successfully submitted. Surprisingly, the app was available at the expense of $999.99. This App was actually a kind of iOS App fraud as it just offers red color wallpaper and utters a mantra without any hidden feature. So, App Store suddenly removed the app without filing any explanation to the author. The app still made near about 8 customers in its little life.

2. Color Tilt


Based on the principle that uses the G-sensor feature of your iPhone, this app changes the color when you tilt your iPhone; erases the screen when you shake it. It simply does not worth application because it does not give any special feature to the user.

3. iNap@Work


This app plays a series of recorded sounds like typing, clicking, stapling, or pencil sharpening sound effects. So, it simply try to fool the coworkers to think that you are working diligently. Meanwhile, you can get a quick post-lunch nap at your desk.

Sounds like a great app so far, but it turns out to be the worst app ever made because the sounds it plays seem utterly unbelievable.

4. CalmCandle


It is nothing but a video of a candle flickering. And, that is it. The worst part of this app is its cost that accounts for $4.99! You can go to the local store and buy a real candle to watch that flickering instead of using this app for this purpose. People who support this app say that it slowly melts in real time. And we ask, whatâs the big deal?

5. Hold On!


This can be quoted as an all time worst app. Launched as the productivity enhancer app, it sports a button in its center, and you have to press it as long as you can. In addition, that is all it does for you. A timer keeps track of how long you keep your finger in place. Now, how in this world can one enhance his productivity by pressing a button for long period? It is tough to decipher the idea behind iPhone development project followed by the developer in creation of this app.

The companies or individual developers should hire iPhone developers to avoid iOS users from such consequences. It will help them in earning a fortune from Apple.



























You might have a dream of buying iPhone to feel its magic. Desirously, you will also be saving money to buy an iPhone or an interesting application to feel the joy of using worldâs most advance gadget. But, your dreams can be shattered just by selecting a wrong app.

Though, Apple takes care of its application store maniacally. Well, you will love to know about some apps, which have earned the demonâs crown in App Store history. There is a long list of such apps these five apps has earned worldwide fame for their unusable nature. These apps can cause you headache or make you throw your iPhone on the wall so beware. These apps are really demons in the beautiful world of iOS.

1. I Am Rich

A German developer called Armin Heinrich contrived an application for iPhone successfully submitted. Surprisingly, the app was available at the expense of $999.99. This App was actually a kind of iOS App fraud as it just offers red color wallpaper and utters a mantra without any hidden feature. So, App Store suddenly removed the app without filing any explanation to the author. The app still made near about 8 customers in its little life.

2. Color Tilt


Based on the principle that uses the G-sensor feature of your iPhone, this app changes the color when you tilt your iPhone; erases the screen when you shake it. It simply does not worth application because it does not give any special feature to the user.

3. iNap@Work


This app plays a series of recorded sounds like typing, clicking, stapling, or pencil sharpening sound effects. So, it simply try to fool the coworkers to think that you are working diligently. Meanwhile, you can get a quick post-lunch nap at your desk.

Sounds like a great app so far, but it turns out to be the worst app ever made because the sounds it plays seem utterly unbelievable.

4. CalmCandle


It is nothing but a video of a candle flickering. And, that is it. The worst part of this app is its cost that accounts for $4.99! You can go to the local store and buy a real candle to watch that flickering instead of using this app for this purpose. People who support this app say that it slowly melts in real time. And we ask, whatâs the big deal?

5. Hold On!


This can be quoted as an all time worst app. Launched as the productivity enhancer app, it sports a button in its center, and you have to press it as long as you can. In addition, that is all it does for you. A timer keeps track of how long you keep your finger in place. Now, how in this world can one enhance his productivity by pressing a button for long period? It is tough to decipher the idea behind iPhone development project followed by the developer in creation of this app.

The companies or individual developers should hire iPhone developers to avoid iOS users from such consequences. It will help them in earning a fortune from Apple.

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