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  • Smartphones are an essential part of our daily lives from driving, grocery shopping and talking or texting our loved ones. Smartphones are an integral part of our daily lives that we cannot live with or without whether we're a tween, teen, a busy mother on the go, a father recording his son's first home run or a grandparent’s joy at seeing photographs of their first grandchild. Smartphone applications are a reflection of that diversity and individuality of every Smartphone user from the most necessary to the funniest applications available for every Smartphone user. Here's a list of the Top 10 Funniest Applications for Smartphones:


    Top 10 Funniest Applications for Smartphones


    1.) Pocket God is an episodic and exciting application available for Android and Apple Smartphones that allows its users or players to determine what type of God they would be if they were all powerful. Players can choose whether they're a benevolent or vengeful God of their very own island with up to six islanders per island, an availability of five different islands and a number of forces of nature are yours to control and manipulate. Pocket God is a fun application for any Smartphone user especially if you have a little time to kill, after all its not everyday your God of your own island.


    2.) AgingBooth is your more than typical application that shows people what they might look like when they get older. AgingBooth was launched by PiVi & Co the creators of both FatBooth and BaldBooth, some of the most popular iPhone 4S application. Now AgingBooth for Android is available to download for free on the Android Market.


    3.) The Moron Test is currently one of the best selling applications well...since the introduction of the Smartphone with millions of players worldwide. The Moron Test features simple, addicting gameplay, five sections featuring hundreds of fun puzzles and even hilarious characters, sound effects, and music.


    Top 10 Funniest Applications for Smartphones


    4.) BaldBooth is similar to AgingBooth and instead shows the user what they might look like if they had no hair rather than simply being older. BaldBooth is a hilariously fun way to instantly make people bald on photo with your HTC OneX and other smartphone which can be shared with family, friends or colleagues via email, MMS, FaceBook, and Twitter.


    5.) Talking Lila the Fairy will allow Smartphone users to discover Lila's world of magic and songs. Lila is a flower fairy that lives in a meadow who loves to sing and cast magical spells over the Smartphone users like Nokia Lumia 900, Galaxy S3, etc. Lila the Fairy can create flowers, animals, stars and other items with the help of her fairy dust.


    6.) Talking Santa is a free Smartphone application that lets you tickle Santa and make him laugh, you can also poke or slap him but that may cause Santa not to give you gifts anymore. If you're nice to Santa by bringing him milk and cookies or naughty by running him over with a giant snowball will determine what types if any presents he brings you for Christmas.


    7.) GhostRadar is a paranormal application for the Ghost-hunters in your life. The GhostRadar will continuously run sensors on your Smartphone to determine if there is anything strange happening around the user. GhostRadar applications has set the standard in ghost hunting because it analyzes the readings from sensors giving indications only when interesting patterns in the readings have been made and has a  voice to let you know when interesting words have been detected.


    8.) Talking Tom Cat is your perfect pet cat that responds to your touch and repeats everything you say. He can be especially fun for children and even allows you to record your own videos of Tom Cat and share them on YouTube and even Facebook.


    Top 10 Funniest Applications for Smartphones


    9.) SackDude: If you're feeling a little stressed or a little irritable, Sack Dude is your interactive Smartphone stress ball. So if you’re having a rough day, just remember Sack Dude can be smacked, set on fire, tickled or electrocuted and is your perfect stress reliever.


    10.) FatBooth:  if you are feeling a little fat FatBooth will really show you might look like carrying those few extra pounds. Or if you are having a really bad hair day FatBooth could make you feel much better about how you look now.


    The Good News is that all these applications only cost $.99.




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  • By Aldo Panessidi


    Developers were first able to get their hands on the first iOS 6 beta version at the Apple WWDC earlier this month.   Currently the latest version -Beta 2 is headed for those same hands.


    The update features both performance updates and bug fixes. Address Book, Game Center, iCloud, iMessage and FaceTime, Maps and Safari have all received updates.


    There’s a pretty cool animation used with Beta 2 that we wish would get used in app icons. When you download this update, you can see the gears moving within the Settings icon. That’s a lot more fun than just a static image.


    You can see the gears in action in this brief video:





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  • By Adhurim Murtezai


     Google unveiled its Google Maps upgrade a week before Apple is expected to announce its own default mapping technology for its iOS. It looks like Google is telling Apple “Bring it on.”


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    View this insightful video on Google Maps



    Google has a new life planned for its Google Maps service:


    Realistic 3D mapping that utilizes “fly-over technology”, allowing users to navigate through a 3D cityscape while detailed buildings remain accurately to scale. This feature will be completed in metro areas first.


    • The new Tour Guide service available offline for Android devices. If you're in an area without an internet connection, you'll be able to save a map on your Android device and zoom in and out as you navigate.

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    Google Maps is the default map service in iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S as well as the iPad 2 and iPad 3. The company said that 3D maps will be coming to both Android and iOS devices in the coming weeks. Apple plans to debut its own 3D maps service at its World Wide Developer Conference that begins June 11th.




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  • By Aldo Panessidi


    Apple has a new iPhone app called SayHi designed to translate a user’s spoken words into one of 33 different languages and dialects. SayHi was made available in Apple’s App Store a couple of weeks ago and has already reached the No.1 business app spot. It seems that the program does live up to expectations. It’s getting great reviews, with an average four and a half star rating from more than 1,600 users.


    Apple SayHi Translate App


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    A couple of minor problem have been noticed but nothing that interferes with SayHi’s teaching abilities. SayHi is available for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad running iOS 4.3 or later. Buy it for $0.99 in Apple’s App Store.


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  • Although it is usually Apple that is doing the suing over various patents, the company is now being sued over the OS X. Fast boot feature that they released with the release of their new operating system for unlocked iphone 4 and other iOS device. The company that filed the lawsuit with a Florida-based company that goes by the name of Operation Systems Solutions. The lawsuit pertains to a patent infringement that they claim that Apple committed when they release the fast food feature for their OSx. Apple has sued a number of companies recently over patent infringement within the mobile community, but has not been the victim of too many lawsuits on their own. You have to be pretty brave to sue Apple, as they have a large legal team behind them as evidenced by the recent lawsuits that we have seen.


    Apple Sued Following release of OS X Faster Booting


    The company released a statement saying that the lawsuit pertained to the fast booting computer system, which included a self test and a quick check of the bios as it was the system begins to our own. It is clear that Apple infringed on the patent as the patent outlines the exact way that the feature works with the release of OSx. It also checks to see whether the configuration for the boot in the information of the system state is created while executing the normal voting process. This also stores the configuration information in the post operation, which is exactly how the OSx fast boot feature works.


    Apple Sued Following release of OS X Faster Booting


    It will be interesting to see if Apple responds publicly to this lawsuit, were they sweep it under the rug and do not address it publicly as they have done with so many previous lawsuits that have been sent their way. They have no problem addressing the lawsuits that they launch publicly, but often will refrain from publicly addressing lawsuits that are filed against them.




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