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Need to Burn Some Time? Consider These Apps to Help You While You Wait

Published on 20 March 14
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Whether it is 15 minutes in the waiting room or an international flight, boredom is going to strike at some point. While some may spend time perusing social media or skimming through the same old magazines, mobile apps could be exactly what are needed to kill some time. But with thousands and thousands of apps out on the marketplace right now, how can you know which time-burner you should use? Here are just a few apps that you can consider for those times when you need something to do.

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Flow Free

For making time go by as quickly as possible, the key for any game is to blend simplicity with difficulty. Few games do this as well as Flow Free that has been released by Big Duck Games LLC. The goal of the game is to connect matching dots with single-colored lines. The grid pattern must be completely covered by the end of each round with increasing dots, colors, and overall difficulty. You can end up spending hours and hours of fun with this app!

Logos Quiz

Not many realize just how much of an influence advertising has on the subconscious. The Logos Game by Atico Games does a great job of harnessing this information into a simple-but-fun quiz game. There are tiered levels of difficulty with the first few levels being brands popular around the world. Over time, the logos become more difficult with foreign clothing lines and obscure car companies. Test your knowledge of all things commercial with this app.

Rumble

Rumble is another game that is designed to kill time by blending simplicity and difficulty. Each match is two minutes and friends can be challenged directly or players can choose from a pool of other fans looking for open games. Over a 2 minute period, each person attempts to unscramble letters to make as many words as possible. The game tracks wins and losses over oneâs career for bragging rights.

Break It

Break It is not a game, but it is definitely an app that is designed to kill time and maybe even reduce stress. This simple mobile app allows users to choose from a variety of items ranging from virtual light bulbs to picture frames. They can then use their finger to smash them around a virtual room with satisfying noises and tactile feedback.

Google Books

When it is time to kill huge chunks of time, a game just may not do it. This is when Google Books can become an invaluable piece of software. Both free and paid books are available on this app with a simple search function and tools for customizing fonts and letter sizes. Curling up with a good book no matter where you are can be a rewarding and relaxing experience.


Even for those that stay busy, it is always a good idea to make the most out of a smartphone with a few time killing apps downloaded for any situation. After you have tried these apps make sure that your phone is protected with a case from cellphonecases.com. You will be sure to love these apps when looking for something to occupy your time!




Whether it is 15 minutes in the waiting room or an international flight, boredom is going to strike at some point. While some may spend time perusing social media or skimming through the same old magazines, mobile apps could be exactly what are needed to kill some time. But with thousands and thousands of apps out on the marketplace right now, how can you know which time-burner you should use? Here are just a few apps that you can consider for those times when you need something to do.

Need to Burn Some Time? Consider These Apps to Help You While You Wait - Image 1

Flow Free

For making time go by as quickly as possible, the key for any game is to blend simplicity with difficulty. Few games do this as well as Flow Free that has been released by Big Duck Games LLC. The goal of the game is to connect matching dots with single-colored lines. The grid pattern must be completely covered by the end of each round with increasing dots, colors, and overall difficulty. You can end up spending hours and hours of fun with this app!

Logos Quiz

Not many realize just how much of an influence advertising has on the subconscious. The Logos Game by Atico Games does a great job of harnessing this information into a simple-but-fun quiz game. There are tiered levels of difficulty with the first few levels being brands popular around the world. Over time, the logos become more difficult with foreign clothing lines and obscure car companies. Test your knowledge of all things commercial with this app.

Rumble

Rumble is another game that is designed to kill time by blending simplicity and difficulty. Each match is two minutes and friends can be challenged directly or players can choose from a pool of other fans looking for open games. Over a 2 minute period, each person attempts to unscramble letters to make as many words as possible. The game tracks wins and losses over oneâs career for bragging rights.

Break It

Break It is not a game, but it is definitely an app that is designed to kill time and maybe even reduce stress. This simple mobile app allows users to choose from a variety of items ranging from virtual light bulbs to picture frames. They can then use their finger to smash them around a virtual room with satisfying noises and tactile feedback.

Google Books

When it is time to kill huge chunks of time, a game just may not do it. This is when Google Books can become an invaluable piece of software. Both free and paid books are available on this app with a simple search function and tools for customizing fonts and letter sizes. Curling up with a good book no matter where you are can be a rewarding and relaxing experience.

Even for those that stay busy, it is always a good idea to make the most out of a smartphone with a few time killing apps downloaded for any situation. After you have tried these apps make sure that your phone is protected with a case from cellphonecases.com. You will be sure to love these apps when looking for something to occupy your time!

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