You pay a lot for your iPhone apps each year. How about having the iPhone apps pay you for using them instead? Here are 15 apps that will pay you!
Few smartphone applications can infuse a true sense of presence when two or more users are interacting in realtime. The Touch Room iPhone app can.
The Sleep Cycle app uses the accelerometer in your iPhone to detect your movements while you sleep. It provides you with a guide to your sleep patterns.
Have you ever wondered how high you could throw your smartphone? There's an app for that...but it's now banned by Apple for quite obvious reasons.
Whatever collection of apps you have will look lame in comparison to this list of the most expensive apps for iPhone. Some of these are outrageous!
If you want to translate messages that come from ghosts, this ghost app is for you. If you don't believe in that, think of it as a random word generator.
An app called SnapMyAd works in collaboration with Instagram to bring you Instagram rewards. Get rewarded for the pics you let brands use in their marketing
So you are thinking about breaking up but you don't know how or you don't have the guts..the BreakUp Text iPhone app will help you do it with a simple text.
Screen capturing on an iPhone has so far not been possible without jailbreaking or hacking, but the new xRec iPhone app now allows it completely natively.
The Fooducate app educates you about the foods you buy at the grocery store. It helps you determine which foods are really healthy and which ones aren't.
The SkinVision app basically turns your smartphone into a skin cancer scanner. You take pictures of any concerning skin lesions and they are analyzed.
The Warmly app will gently wake you up in the morning by playing sounds that inspire you like coffee brewing, sizzling bacon, an airplane taking off, etc.
Never burn your microwave popcorn again. This app listens to the 'popping acoustics' from within your microwave to determine when it is optimally popped.
The Less Meeting app will help you conduct your business meetings with ease. It will eliminate the typical disorganization and make sure it ends on time.
This snail mail app called Felt allows you to send handwritten notes right from your iPad. It prints with your own handwriting and is mailed automatically.