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The 10 most stupid iPhone apps

Pointless programs and dodgy downloads


The iPhone has plenty of powerful applications - and it also has things like Beer Opener, Passion, and Sexy Girl Talk. Here are our picks for the 10 most idiotic apps around.

3. Kiss Me

Who doesn't want to put a germ-ridden mobile phone up to his mouth? With Kiss Me, you can do that - and get a meaningless rating of your kissing ability at the same time.

The 59p app asks you to peck a pair of lips displayed on the touchscreen, and then it gives you a 1 to 10 rating based on "how much time and attention you put into your kiss".

Tongue not recommended.

4. Passion

If rating your smooching skills isn't enough, a new app called Passion promises to judge how good you are at going all the way. Passion packs the competition into coitus, offering to measure your performance and lay out how well you lay down.

The full grading formula remains under the covers, but Passion's programmers say the app uses the iPhone's microphone and accelerometer to determine your score.

Of course, the fact that no man has ever actually used the program with a woman in the room makes it hard to tell if the 59p app really works.

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  1. The apps that are a waste of time
  2. Kiss Me and Passion
  3. Learn the alphabet the fun way
  4. Rate your farts
  5. Drunk Sniper and Beer Opener
  6. Five runners up


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