Popular iPhone and iPad app developer, Appdicted today announced that Monster Meter was recently named as a top global app in The Sunday Times Top 500 App List. Monster Meter gives parents a way to “prove” to young children that there are no monsters hiding in their room. The app offers four different monster detection technologies. Citing Monster Meter as a beautiful idea that sounds silly but has a serious purpose, experts in the relevant fields have compiled the Top 500 App List.
Dapper Gentlemen have announced that the Ugly Meter was available in the iTunes store. Ugly Meter offers a fun way to determine who is the ugliest of them all. It scans the user by taking their picture and issues a number score based on how ugly they are. The Ugly Meter has been featured by Fox News, ABC, CBS, MSNBC, Today Show, New York Post, Huffington Post, Daily Mail, and Jay Leno. In just 24 hours the app was in the top 10, and in 48 hours it held its place of honor in the top 3.
Appdicted, LLC today released Monster Meter 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Monster Meter gives parents a way to prove to young children that there are no monsters hiding in their room. The app offers four different monster detection technologies, including two realistic scanner displays and two meters to impress little ones with the reliability of the application. Monster Meter helps frightened children to feel safe and sleep easier.
Dapper Gentlemen today released Ugly Meter 1.2 for iPhone. Ugly Meter offers a fun way to determine who is the ugliest of them all. Using the device camera, pictures are analyzed for ugliness. All your friends will want to try and prove that they are not as ugly as you say they are. Results include a number rating and advice on how to cope with the results. Change your look and scan again and again to try to improve your score. Met someone new? Scan their face to find out how ugly they are.