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Let’s face it. The app stores are full of strange and wackyrnapps. But even though some of these apps might leave you scratching your head,rnothers are truly useful. In this article, I will take a look at five such apps.
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Admittedly, there are plenty of apps that will simulate anrninbound phone call. But what sets this app apart is that it can help you torncarry on a convincing conversation. It plays prerecorded audio. You listen tornwhat is being said, repeat it, and then listen for the next prompt. To thosernaround you, it sounds like a legitimate phone call.
Most of the call scripts are geared toward impressingrnstrangers. Some are meant to fool others into thinking you’re a doctor, musicrnproducer, athlete, etc. There are also a bunch of fake voice mail messages you canrnplay to prank those around you.
Fake Conversation is available for iOS and Android.
It’s no secret that smartphones can be used for navigation,rnbut a smartphone isn’t the easiest thing to use when you’re driving. This isrnwhere aSmart HUD comes into play.
There are about a million creative uses for this type ofrnapp. You can make your friends think you know a celebrity or you can getrnyourself out of an awkward situation. (Excuse me; I need to go call this personrnback.)
Fake-A-Text Free is free and available for iOS and Android.
Wikitude is ready to use upon download, but you can also buildrnyour own apps on top of it if you want. It’s free and available for iOS andrnAndroid.
FileThis supports providers such as Evernote, Google Drive, andrnDropbox. The scanned images are converted into searchable text so that you canrnfind data by keyword, tag, or date.
FileThis is free and available for iOS and Android.