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Top 15 Scary Apps You Should NOT Download

Top 15 Scary Apps You Should NOT Download 15. Creepy When an app is literally named Creepy, you should probably think twice about downloading it. The developers of this app term it a geolocation information aggregator. In other words, it allows you to locate your person of interest.

I know, not creepy at all. Who can you locate? Say you got into a fight over Twitter. Well, this app enables you to track down where your Twitter nemesis tweeted from, giving you an opportunity to go confront them in person. Are you following someone on Flickr, and youd really love to follow them around in reality?

This app also allows users to track where Flickr accounts have uploaded pics. Simply enter your targets Flickr username or Twitter handle, and the locations of their activity will be all laid out for you in Google maps. Super easy access to every one of their last known locations.

This works because smartphones often track where and when a user tweets or uploads their images to the internet, using a geolocation tag. Likely to dodge any controversy or criticism over the app, Creepys developers named it thusly to note that it is, in fact, creepy that its so easy to locate Twitter and Flickr users via simple technology by using these geolocation tags. 14. Spy Camera Phone Designed for creeps, this app allows users to take pics of unsuspecting subjects without their knowledge.

How? Most phone cameras have a shutter noise, making everyone in the vicinity aware that youre snapping their photo. And, if someones looking over your shoulder, they can clearly see that youre taking someones picture like a creeper. But Spy Camera Phone is absent of shutter noise – meaning no alerting those around you to your spy-full ways. It also allows you to hide the camera behind other apps, enabling you to photograph without anyones knowledge.

The app description also notes that Spy Camera OS is able to run in background, allowing you run any other app e.g browser while still capturing imagearticle in background. It will work even if you turn the screen off. While its branded as a simple app to capture your perfect candid moment, it seems that most users are capturing the perfect candid moments of perfect strangers without their knowledge. Everyday spying just got a whole lot creepier.

13. On the Rebound Do you have a facebook friend who youve been keeping track of for years? One whose relationship status has sometimes switched over to single, only to be taken before you get your foot in the door? Well, On the Rebound is an app that will put all that stalking to good use. This app looks into your facebook friend list and analyzes their data over six years, including past and present relationship statuses, giving each of your friends a score on their rebound potential and allowing users to decide who to target as potential dating material.

The data it analyzes includes how often your facebook friends have started a new relationship, the duration of each relationship, and how long theyve been single. Of course, this is all based on what a user posts. If the friend youre stalking doesnt update their relationship status or provide any other data about their relationship or non-relationship on their page, then the app is useless. The app doesnt just tell you who is on the verge of being available it also tells you how to hook them. On the Rebound provides tips and tricks to facebook stalkers regarding how to hit on potential mates – all based on their rebound potential score.

While this may sound a bit freaky to most of us facebook users, the apps cofounder, Anthony Coombs, defends On the Rebound, saying that the creators just made it easier to do what we do in our everyday lives. Does that make the app seem less creepy? Im gonna say no. 12. The Demonic Kids App Call Blaze and the Monster Machines.

A classic kids TV show, right? You would expect an app entitled the same to be one that follows a similar storyline. The app would, assumedly, go on an adventure with the sunny monster truck team. No parental control issues there. What you wouldnt expect is for a demon to speak out from the app, saying hes going to stab your children.

But thats what British parents got when they downloaded the Call Blaze and The Monster Machines 2018 app. One mother, Donna Lisle, uploaded a article of the frightening incident on Facebook. Her daughter had just completed a matching game, and as a treat, Blaze called her. This Blaze, however, is not the Blaze kids are familiar with.

After greeting the children, he introduced himself as their new friend Happy Slappy. The creepy voice adds that he wants to play and, in his own words, perform some fun games together. Then, realizing that the kid is probably holding the phone at arms length, Happy Slappy notes that they look scared and suggests that perhaps its the knife in his whirly twirly hands thats making them nervous. Finally, the breaking point. Happy Slappy says: Thats all right cause this knife is gonna improve your look when its sticking right out of you.

Donnas four-year-old daughter was mortified and heartbroken, according to Donna, and other kids who downloaded the app had nightmares after hearing the chilling voice. After Donna reported the app, it was removed by Google. But nothing has changed about the content rating system. So, if you have children, be wary about what they download. Even if its rated E for Everyone or PEG13, it may not be suitable for your child.

11. KickOn If youre a loner who suddenly wants to throw a party, then this app can help you out. The thing is, everyone who comes to your party will be a stranger. Yep. This is Tinder for groups, and the app is targeted at kids thirteen and up.

Created by Charlie Stewart, some Aussie who used to be an investment banker, KickOn allows users to scan different parties and decide which strangers home theyd like to invite themselves into that night. Not scary at all. Users are shown a photograph and a party description and just like with Tinder, they can swipe left to discard the party or swipe right to request the address. Judging by your own profile pic, the party host can decide whether youre cool enough to join. Or they can rescind your invitation.

If you do make the list, you can rate and review the party afterwards. That is, if you make it out alive. Sounds as safe as being dropped into a psychos dungeon birthday bash. 10.

Big Brother Camera Security Say youve lost your iPhone – or worse, its stolen! Wouldnt it be great to catch the thief in the act? Thats what Big Brother Camera Security was purportedly created to do. The app allowed users to photograph whoever took their phone remotely without them even knowing it.

Sounds great, right? Well, it turns out that Big Brother Camera Securitys developers were actually being more than a little spot-on with that title. The Big Brother developers were accused of surreptitiously harvesting user passwords in June of 2010. Sounds like they overstepped some boundaries and became a little too Big Brother themselves.

This is clearly an app you want on your do not download list. Luckily, the app has already been removed from the Apple store. At least this is one do not download we dont have to worry about. 9. Spyzie This app is unapologetically big brothery.

Its designed to monitor activity on a persons smartphone. The apps description reads: If you want to keep your children safe from the dangers theyre exposed to on their smartphones, or if you want to monitor the smartphones used by your employees, among many other possibilities, then this app is perfect for you…We recommend that its used responsibly, since with this app, you can access all the information on a persons smartphone. Id hate to be the employee or the child of anyone who thinks Spyzie is a good idea. And Im guessing its not always used responsibly.

In fact, it seems like a great way to stalk just about anyone, including your spouse. And the worse thing about it is that the other person will likely never know the spying app has been installed on their device, because after its been installed, it hides itself. The apps developers say that the connection wont break under any circumstances, and they suggest getting the permission of the user before installing. But my guess is that someone who is installing monitoring devices on another persons phone doesnt have boundaries. What does the app monitor?

The phones location, call log, messages, browser history, photos. You know, pretty much the users entire activity. Scary and an absolute breach of privacy. 8. Girls Around Me Are you a creepy man wanting to know where all the ladies are on a Friday night?

Well then, this app was made for you. Aptly named Girls Around Me, the geo-location app was designed to help the lonely men in your neighborhood stalk girls from afar. The app provided personal info of only girls in the users vicinity. You heard that correctly.

No longer must a guy ask for a girls number and allow the lady an opportunity to give them a fake. This app simply gives the real number to them. Thankfully, the controversial app was dropped from the iOS App Store. The website Cultofmac might be entirely to thank for this, as their original report drove plenty of controversy about Girls Around Me, so much so that Foursquare took away the apps API access, saying it violated the terms of its API policies, and that they would no longer support it. Without the API, the app was unusable.

I-Free, the apps developer, pulled the app, but they stated that its use was never to intentionally violate anyones privacy, and it doesnt reveal any information that you couldnt find on individuals social media accounts. Instead, it was designed to allow users to find popular hotspots and take a virtual look into the window to see who was hanging there. The problem is, those girls around likely dont want any part of this. Nice try, developers.

7. WhitePages Neighbors While most people know what the WhitePages are, heres a little refresher: according to its webpage, its the largest and most trusted online directory with contact information and public records for over 90 of US adults. The public-records search company provides free information about people – just a hint in order to whet a searchers appetite. For those stalker types who arent satisfied with that hint, WhitePages then offers a more in depth look at individual email addresses, criminal records, and the like…but this bit of extra comes at a price. The WhitePages Neighbors app goes even further.

The app provides a birds eye view of neighborhood homes, allowing the user to see names, phone numbers, and mailing addresses of everyone in the neighborhood. While most of this stuff is public record, the app is nevertheless creepy, as you can view all of this personal information in one place at the tap of a finger. And, like the site, the app pushes its sales by suggesting that you contact your neighbors and invite them for a block party, using the apps own invite-streamlining system. Even better, users can claim their listing on WhitePages in order to correct it if certain info is wrong. Why anyone would want to do that, Im not sure.

Id prefer the stalkers of the world to be at a loss. 6. Like Creeper Radioheads famed lyrics, Im a creep, Im a weirdo, should be revamped as the jingle for this app. Like Creeper is an app intentionally designed to creep your social media friends and acquaintances the heck out.

If youve ever facebook stalked someone and accidentally liked pics or statuses from a while back, then you know that horrible lurch in your stomach: youve alerted the target to the fact that youre stalking them. And if youve been on the opposite end of the like, then you know the creepy crawly feeling that someones gone through your entire facebook history. Well, if you love being a creep and a weirdo, but you dont have the time to scroll through your targets entire Instagram, Like Creeper is for you. All you need to do is pass on your Instagram account info to Like Creeper, and the app will like a photo from one of your targets earliest posts.

This way, theyll think youve taken a special interest in them…a special enough interest to stalk their entire history like a super creep. If you enjoy creeping people out, download this freaky app. If not, its probably best to keep your actually stalking tendencies under wraps. 5. Silent Camera Similar to Spy Cam, the so-called Silent Camera app allows creeps to take pictures of strangers on a whim. And many are doing so, as the app has been used by numerous creeps on public transport taking shots of women…often unwelcome shots.

In Japan, it became such a privacy issue that, according to icracked.com, device manufacturers have disabled the ability to silence a cameras shutter sound in an effort to alert women to potential perverts. But, guess what – the apps creators have added an override capability to silence the shutter sound anyway, allowing stalkers, peeping Toms, and regular disgusting people to continue in their voyeuristic ways. Just plain weird.

4. Spirit Board If youve ever messed with a Ouija board in real life, then you know that this app is something you probably shouldnt download. The Spirit Board app is a digital Ouija board that claims to listen to the users voice. Simply ask the spirit on the other end a question, and the Spirit Board will answer.

Merely talking to a spirit may not be very scary, but theres always the potential that you might make a spirit angry. For instance, if you are impolite or ask a question the spirit isnt keen on. In that case, per the games instructions, you should move the planchette quickly to say Goodbye. If you dont do it before the apps countdown finishes, the app warns that something sinister might happen to you.

And according to some of the Apple Store reviews, sinister things have happened to users. AlijahPierce wrote of his experience, saying that the Spirit Board told him that a girl named Carol was with him, and she ordered him to make it stop. The user had just finished watching the movie IT. When he asked about what she meant, she answered, The clown.

And when he asked where the clown was, Carol said, Behind you…Outside…Front door. The user then looked outside his front door, and he claims to have seen a shadowy figure with big hair, yellow eyes, and a white smile. In the users own words: I tried to say goodbye once more and before I could say goodbye the pentagram went half way across my screen and said open the door, I hear a knock and my phone glitched out. There are plenty of other scary encounters highlighted in the Apple reviews section, so if youre thinking of downloading this app, despite our warning, take care to read through others alleged experiences.

You may want to know what youre getting yourself into. 3. Dark Echo Do you want to know what its like to be living a blind nightmare? Dark Echo will show you.

The app delves into the darkness of your imagination, using audio to disturb your thoughts. The horror app enables players to make noise via their footsteps. Footsteps show users the creatures lurking nearby, while also allowing those creatures to see the player. The apps description reads: Trapped in darkness, you must use visualized sound to guide your way through threatening environments, and the sounds you create will bounce off obstacles, revealing the shape of the surrounding world. It wont be long before your only way of sensing the world attracts a horrifying evil that devours both sound and souls.

There are 80 levels which users must survive. The games foreboding soundscape means its best played with headphones. Its also not recommended for the blind.

Though users start out as the lurkers, soon they are racing away from horrifying creatures. Heart pounding, adrenaline pumping, pants wetting. This is a frightening game you might want to consider not downloading if youre feint of heart.

2. i-Scare If you want to give someone nightmares, then this is the app for you. i-Scare has a threat directly in the name: its determined to scare players. And it does. The game masquerades as your average everyday puzzle game. But just when you think youre safe, something horrifying pops up to scare you to your wits. There are plenty of articles and even games in this vein that used to be very popular in years past, but this app takes the fear factor a step further.

It capitalizes on the users fear, drawing them into the game until theyre concentrating so closely on finding the right piece that theyre completely caught unaware and shocked to the core. Parents in the iTunes Store are now warning others that this app is no bueno. One parent wrote that the app was not a game, warning others that, My 7 yr old thought he was getting a puzzle game and now he is terrified to go to sleep. While I completely admit, as a parent, I should have read the fine print, I still believe its important to say the advertising for this game does not accurately portray what your getting. The parent goes on to say that i-Scare looks just like every other picture-matching puzzle game and pops up in that genre, so apart from the name of the game, how are users to know what theyre in for.

She also claims that the warning label on the game is lacking. Instead of actually warning parents that this game may give children night terrors, it goads players into testing their fear, calling those who dont dare to buy the game, wimps. Unless youre willfully looking to scare yourself, this is one app you shouldnt download.

Before we get to number 1, my name is Chills and I hope youre enjoying my narration. If youre curious about what I look like in real life, then go to my instagram, dylan_is_chillin_yt and tap that follow button to find out. Im currently doing a super poll on my Instagram, if you believe ghosts are real, then go to my most recent photo, and tap the like button. If you dont, DM me saying why.

When youre done come right back to this article to find out the number 1 entry. Chills Merch is now available and Im gifting viewers who spend over $100 with a 100 free foot lettuce t-shirt to show my appreciation. This offer wont last forever so get yours by visiting chillsmerch.com.

Also follow me on Twitter YT_Chills because thats where I post article updates. Its a proven fact that generosity makes you a happier person, so if youre generous enough to hit that subscribe button and the bell beside it then thank you. This way youll be notified of the new articles we upload every Tuesday and Saturday. 1. Stalk App I dont stalk I investigate, says this app.

But any app that allows users to prowl unknowing victims is as scary as they come. Most stalkers want to be incognito, and the s.Talk app allows you to do just that. Even its name, emphasizing Talk, makes it seem like it might just be an app that allows you to talk to your friends and family. And thats what they market it as.

You can do that, if you want. But if you also want to find people nearby to s.talk, then you can. The apps description reads: Not just for friends: Message people that are close to you and start chatting and texting with new friends! So, if you want to start chatting with people that have no idea who you are and why youre texting them, this is the app for you.

Top 15 Scary Apps You Should NOT Download 15. Creepy When an app is literally named Creepy, you should probably think twice about downloading it. The developers of this app term it a geolocation information aggregator. In other words, it allows you to locate your person of interest. I know, not creepy at all.

Who can you locate? Say you got into a fight over Twitter. Well, this app enables you to track down where your Twitter nemesis tweeted from, giving you an opportunity to go confront them in person. Are you following someone on Flickr, and youd really love to follow them around in reality?

This app also allows users to track where Flickr accounts have uploaded pics. Simply enter your targets Flickr username or Twitter handle, and the locations of their activity will be all laid out for you in Google maps. Super easy access to every one of their last known locations.

This works because smartphones often track where and when a user tweets or uploads their images to the internet, using a geolocation tag. Likely to dodge any controversy or criticism over the app, Creepys developers named it thusly to note that it is, in fact, creepy that its so easy to locate Twitter and Flickr users via simple technology by using these geolocation tags. 14. Spy Camera Phone Designed for creeps, this app allows users to take pics of unsuspecting subjects without their knowledge.

How? Most phone cameras have a shutter noise, making everyone in the vicinity aware that youre snapping their photo. And, if someones looking over your shoulder, they can clearly see that youre taking someones picture like a creeper. But Spy Camera Phone is absent of shutter noise – meaning no alerting those around you to your spy-full ways. It also allows you to hide the camera behind other apps, enabling you to photograph without anyones knowledge.

The app description also notes that Spy Camera OS is able to run in background, allowing you run any other app e.g browser while still capturing imagearticle in background. It will work even if you turn the screen off. While its branded as a simple app to capture your perfect candid moment, it seems that most users are capturing the perfect candid moments of perfect strangers without their knowledge. Everyday spying just got a whole lot creepier.

13. On the Rebound Do you have a facebook friend who youve been keeping track of for years? One whose relationship status has sometimes switched over to single, only to be taken before you get your foot in the door?

Well, On the Rebound is an app that will put all that stalking to good use. This app looks into your facebook friend list and analyzes their data over six years, including past and present relationship statuses, giving each of your friends a score on their rebound potential and allowing users to decide who to target as potential dating material. The data it analyzes includes how often your facebook friends have started a new relationship, the duration of each relationship, and how long theyve been single.

Of course, this is all based on what a user posts. If the friend youre stalking doesnt update their relationship status or provide any other data about their relationship or non-relationship on their page, then the app is useless. The app doesnt just tell you who is on the verge of being available it also tells you how to hook them. On the Rebound provides tips and tricks to facebook stalkers regarding how to hit on potential mates – all based on their rebound potential score.

While this may sound a bit freaky to most of us facebook users, the apps cofounder, Anthony Coombs, defends On the Rebound, saying that the creators just made it easier to do what we do in our everyday lives. Does that make the app seem less creepy? Im gonna say no. 12.

The Demonic Kids App Call Blaze and the Monster Machines. A classic kids TV show, right? You would expect an app entitled the same to be one that follows a similar storyline. The app would, assumedly, go on an adventure with the sunny monster truck team. No parental control issues there.

What you wouldnt expect is for a demon to speak out from the app, saying hes going to stab your children. But thats what British parents got when they downloaded the Call Blaze and The Monster Machines 2018 app. One mother, Donna Lisle, uploaded a article of the frightening incident on Facebook. Her daughter had just completed a matching game, and as a treat, Blaze called her. This Blaze, however, is not the Blaze kids are familiar with.

After greeting the children, he introduced himself as their new friend Happy Slappy. The creepy voice adds that he wants to play and, in his own words, perform some fun games together. Then, realizing that the kid is probably holding the phone at arms length, Happy Slappy notes that they look scared and suggests that perhaps its the knife in his whirly twirly hands thats making them nervous. Finally, the breaking point.

Happy Slappy says: Thats all right cause this knife is gonna improve your look when its sticking right out of you. Donnas four-year-old daughter was mortified and heartbroken, according to Donna, and other kids who downloaded the app had nightmares after hearing the chilling voice. After Donna reported the app, it was removed by Google. But nothing has changed about the content rating system. So, if you have children, be wary about what they download.

Even if its rated E for Everyone or PEG13, it may not be suitable for your child. 11. KickOn If youre a loner who suddenly wants to throw a party, then this app can help you out.

The thing is, everyone who comes to your party will be a stranger. Yep. This is Tinder for groups, and the app is targeted at kids thirteen and up. Created by Charlie Stewart, some Aussie who used to be an investment banker, KickOn allows users to scan different parties and decide which strangers home theyd like to invite themselves into that night.

Not scary at all. Users are shown a photograph and a party description and just like with Tinder, they can swipe left to discard the party or swipe right to request the address. Judging by your own profile pic, the party host can decide whether youre cool enough to join. Or they can rescind your invitation.

If you do make the list, you can rate and review the party afterwards. That is, if you make it out alive. Sounds as safe as being dropped into a psychos dungeon birthday bash. 10. Big Brother Camera Security Say youve lost your iPhone – or worse, its stolen!

Wouldnt it be great to catch the thief in the act? Thats what Big Brother Camera Security was purportedly created to do. The app allowed users to photograph whoever took their phone remotely without them even knowing it.

Sounds great, right? Well, it turns out that Big Brother Camera Securitys developers were actually being more than a little spot-on with that title. The Big Brother developers were accused of surreptitiously harvesting user passwords in June of 2010. Sounds like they overstepped some boundaries and became a little too Big Brother themselves. This is clearly an app you want on your do not download list.

Luckily, the app has already been removed from the Apple store. At least this is one do not download we dont have to worry about. 9. Spyzie This app is unapologetically big brothery. Its designed to monitor activity on a persons smartphone. The apps description reads: If you want to keep your children safe from the dangers theyre exposed to on their smartphones, or if you want to monitor the smartphones used by your employees, among many other possibilities, then this app is perfect for you…We recommend that its used responsibly, since with this app, you can access all the information on a persons smartphone.

Id hate to be the employee or the child of anyone who thinks Spyzie is a good idea. And Im guessing its not always used responsibly. In fact, it seems like a great way to stalk just about anyone, including your spouse.

And the worse thing about it is that the other person will likely never know the spying app has been installed on their device, because after its been installed, it hides itself. The apps developers say that the connection wont break under any circumstances, and they suggest getting the permission of the user before installing. But my guess is that someone who is installing monitoring devices on another persons phone doesnt have boundaries. What does the app monitor?

The phones location, call log, messages, browser history, photos. You know, pretty much the users entire activity. Scary and an absolute breach of privacy. 8. Girls Around Me Are you a creepy man wanting to know where all the ladies are on a Friday night?

Well then, this app was made for you. Aptly named Girls Around Me, the geo-location app was designed to help the lonely men in your neighborhood stalk girls from afar. The app provided personal info of only girls in the users vicinity.

You heard that correctly. No longer must a guy ask for a girls number and allow the lady an opportunity to give them a fake. This app simply gives the real number to them. Thankfully, the controversial app was dropped from the iOS App Store. The website Cultofmac might be entirely to thank for this, as their original report drove plenty of controversy about Girls Around Me, so much so that Foursquare took away the apps API access, saying it violated the terms of its API policies, and that they would no longer support it.

Without the API, the app was unusable. I-Free, the apps developer, pulled the app, but they stated that its use was never to intentionally violate anyones privacy, and it doesnt reveal any information that you couldnt find on individuals social media accounts. Instead, it was designed to allow users to find popular hotspots and take a virtual look into the window to see who was hanging there. The problem is, those girls around likely dont want any part of this.

Nice try, developers. 7. WhitePages Neighbors While most people know what the WhitePages are, heres a little refresher: according to its webpage, its the largest and most trusted online directory with contact information and public records for over 90 of US adults. The public-records search company provides free information about people – just a hint in order to whet a searchers appetite.

For those stalker types who arent satisfied with that hint, WhitePages then offers a more in depth look at individual email addresses, criminal records, and the like…but this bit of extra comes at a price. The WhitePages Neighbors app goes even further. The app provides a birds eye view of neighborhood homes, allowing the user to see names, phone numbers, and mailing addresses of everyone in the neighborhood.

While most of this stuff is public record, the app is nevertheless creepy, as you can view all of this personal information in one place at the tap of a finger. And, like the site, the app pushes its sales by suggesting that you contact your neighbors and invite them for a block party, using the apps own invite-streamlining system. Even better, users can claim their listing on WhitePages in order to correct it if certain info is wrong. Why anyone would want to do that, Im not sure.

Id prefer the stalkers of the world to be at a loss. 6. Like Creeper Radioheads famed lyrics, Im a creep, Im a weirdo, should be revamped as the jingle for this app. Like Creeper is an app intentionally designed to creep your social media friends and acquaintances the heck out. If youve ever facebook stalked someone and accidentally liked pics or statuses from a while back, then you know that horrible lurch in your stomach: youve alerted the target to the fact that youre stalking them.

And if youve been on the opposite end of the like, then you know the creepy crawly feeling that someones gone through your entire facebook history. Well, if you love being a creep and a weirdo, but you dont have the time to scroll through your targets entire Instagram, Like Creeper is for you. All you need to do is pass on your Instagram account info to Like Creeper, and the app will like a photo from one of your targets earliest posts.

This way, theyll think youve taken a special interest in them…a special enough interest to stalk their entire history like a super creep. If you enjoy creeping people out, download this freaky app. If not, its probably best to keep your actually stalking tendencies under wraps. 5. Silent Camera Similar to Spy Cam, the so-called Silent Camera app allows creeps to take pictures of strangers on a whim. And many are doing so, as the app has been used by numerous creeps on public transport taking shots of women…often unwelcome shots.

In Japan, it became such a privacy issue that, according to icracked.com, device manufacturers have disabled the ability to silence a cameras shutter sound in an effort to alert women to potential perverts. But, guess what – the apps creators have added an override capability to silence the shutter sound anyway, allowing stalkers, peeping Toms, and regular disgusting people to continue in their voyeuristic ways. Just plain weird. 4. Spirit Board If youve ever messed with a Ouija board in real life, then you know that this app is something you probably shouldnt download.

The Spirit Board app is a digital Ouija board that claims to listen to the users voice. Simply ask the spirit on the other end a question, and the Spirit Board will answer. Merely talking to a spirit may not be very scary, but theres always the potential that you might make a spirit angry. For instance, if you are impolite or ask a question the spirit isnt keen on.

In that case, per the games instructions, you should move the planchette quickly to say Goodbye. If you dont do it before the apps countdown finishes, the app warns that something sinister might happen to you. And according to some of the Apple Store reviews, sinister things have happened to users.

AlijahPierce wrote of his experience, saying that the Spirit Board told him that a girl named Carol was with him, and she ordered him to make it stop. The user had just finished watching the movie IT. When he asked about what she meant, she answered, The clown. And when he asked where the clown was, Carol said, Behind you…Outside…Front door.

The user then looked outside his front door, and he claims to have seen a shadowy figure with big hair, yellow eyes, and a white smile. In the users own words: I tried to say goodbye once more and before I could say goodbye the pentagram went half way across my screen and said open the door, I hear a knock and my phone glitched out. There are plenty of other scary encounters highlighted in the Apple reviews section, so if youre thinking of downloading this app, despite our warning, take care to read through others alleged experiences. You may want to know what youre getting yourself into. 3. Dark Echo Do you want to know what its like to be living a blind nightmare?

Dark Echo will show you. The app delves into the darkness of your imagination, using audio to disturb your thoughts. The horror app enables players to make noise via their footsteps. Footsteps show users the creatures lurking nearby, while also allowing those creatures to see the player.

The apps description reads: Trapped in darkness, you must use visualized sound to guide your way through threatening environments, and the sounds you create will bounce off obstacles, revealing the shape of the surrounding world. It wont be long before your only way of sensing the world attracts a horrifying evil that devours both sound and souls. There are 80 levels which users must survive. The games foreboding soundscape means its best played with headphones.

Its also not recommended for the blind. Though users start out as the lurkers, soon they are racing away from horrifying creatures. Heart pounding, adrenaline pumping, pants wetting.

This is a frightening game you might want to consider not downloading if youre feint of heart. 2. i-Scare If you want to give someone nightmares, then this is the app for you. i-Scare has a threat directly in the name: its determined to scare players. And it does. The game masquerades as your average everyday puzzle game.

But just when you think youre safe, something horrifying pops up to scare you to your wits. There are plenty of articles and even games in this vein that used to be very popular in years past, but this app takes the fear factor a step further. It capitalizes on the users fear, drawing them into the game until theyre concentrating so closely on finding the right piece that theyre completely caught unaware and shocked to the core. Parents in the iTunes Store are now warning others that this app is no bueno.

One parent wrote that the app was not a game, warning others that, My 7 yr old thought he was getting a puzzle game and now he is terrified to go to sleep. While I completely admit, as a parent, I should have read the fine print, I still believe its important to say the advertising for this game does not accurately portray what your getting. The parent goes on to say that i-Scare looks just like every other picture-matching puzzle game and pops up in that genre, so apart from the name of the game, how are users to know what theyre in for. She also claims that the warning label on the game is lacking.

Instead of actually warning parents that this game may give children night terrors, it goads players into testing their fear, calling those who dont dare to buy the game, wimps. Unless youre willfully looking to scare yourself, this is one app you shouldnt download. Before we get to number 1, my name is Chills and I hope youre enjoying my narration. If youre curious about what I look like in real life, then go to my instagram, dylan_is_chillin_yt and tap that follow button to find out.

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But any app that allows users to prowl unknowing victims is as scary as they come. Most stalkers want to be incognito, and the s.Talk app allows you to do just that. Even its name, emphasizing Talk, makes it seem like it might just be an app that allows you to talk to your friends and family. And thats what they market it as. You can do that, if you want.

But if you also want to find people nearby to s.talk, then you can. The apps description reads: Not just for friends: Message people that are close to you and start chatting and texting with new friends! So, if you want to start chatting with people that have no idea who you are and why youre texting them, this is the app for you.

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