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April 25, 2014

Don't download these: 3 totally unnecessary apps

There are apps to help you manage your time, your money and your health. If you have problems waking up or going to sleep, there's an app for that. But there are a few apps that absolutely no one needs.

Virtual Candle Free

This app displays a glowing candle on your screen with a touch-sensitive flame. The app page boasts a "library of themes with exquisitely designed skins."

The app is available for free from the Apple store.

 

 

Hold the Button

This app is promoted as a game in which players simply hold their finger on the screen as long as possible. The app tracks your best record and even displays a leaderboard of the people who have managed to keep their finger on their phone screen the longest.

The app is available for free in the Apple store.

Hangtime

The app instructs you to put your phone in your pocket and jump so the phone can record your "hangtime."

Tha app advises you not to throw your phone in the air.

Hangtime is available for $0.99 on the Apple store.

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