The Gen-Y age can never be satisfied. We’re always on the search for more, especially fun stuff. On that note, here’s some entertainment apps for your daily bread.
Rage Comics — Free
I can’t get enough of 9gag: once you’re in you don’t leave, simple as that. Now though, you have all those meme comics at you finger tips. This could mean the end of your job when your boss finds that all you do all day is read comics on your phone. But that’s your problem.
Say goodbye to stressballs or uncomfortable thoughts about hurting those irritating people around you. Just take it out on this little guy. He smiles a lot so you know he likes it. But I’m not sure that’s a good thing. Either way, he won’t complain as you set him alight while you pummel him with your fist.
Great reviews say this streaming app is one of the best you can get. It plays AVI, DivX and MKV formats, giving freedom where Apple never intended it. It removes the need to store videos on your device, but also gives you the option of doing so by converting the video into iPhone compatible happiness.
I’m a note taker, so if I can write on something I’m reading, I’ll draw all over that sh*t. And finally, I can with GoodReader. PDFs have proven particularly troublesome. But now you can scribble to your heart’s content; highlight text, draw arrows and even smiley faces all over your company documents. You can also see all your annotations on a PDF program on your computer. Good stuff.
If you grew up a nerd you definitely made the woosh sounds when fighting Jedi style with your friends. So be a child again with this lightsaber app. You might not be able to actually sever an arm or anything fun like that, but you can still battle it out with your friends via bluetooth. If only there was an app to be able to use the force, my life would be complete.
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