Mobile Apps for Friday the 13th
As you rolled out of bed to brew your morning coffee and scroll through emails, you probably didn’t think much about today until you looked at your calendar and realized – dun, dun, dun - it’s Friday the 13th!
For those who suffer from triskaidekaphobia, this is one of the worst days of the year. Although avoiding every ladder, broken mirror and black cat might sound doable – we have a better solution. Why not have a little fun and partake in the spooky celebration? After all, if something goes wrong, don’t feel ashamed to just point the finger as today is also National Blame Someone Else Day.
Check out these mobile apps to have a little fun with the first Friday the 13th of the year!
Mask Yourself: Use this photo booth app tonight to create scary, funny or weird photos by adding a hockey mask, animal masks, ghouls and goblins to your pics. For $0.99 on iTunes scare your family and friends by showing them how spooky and dangerously good-looking you are on your social channels.
Ouija Table Lite: Looking to be entertained for free? This iTunes app is great for your Friday the 13th gathering. The app includes a virtual ouija board of spirits with an EMF detector and can detect several anomalies recoded by sensors of your IOS device. What’s the scariest part, you ask? The recorded anomalies are actually translated into real words by the app.
iCharm: If you’re having a streak of bad luck or are concerned about something going wrong today, just stroke your favorite charm and watch your luck change. The app allows you to select a virtual rabbits foot, four leaf clover, wishbone and more. This app is available for $0.99 on iTunes.
Friday the 13th by Pocketkai: Afraid of another Friday the 13th sneaking up on you? Use this app to sync your calendar to identify all of the Friday the 13ths over the next 50 years. This free app on iTunes can function on a PC, Mac or other device.
Dooms Day Timer: This free app on iTunes can help you track when the next Friday the 13th will strike. For those who suffer from triskaidekaphobia, use this timer to keep you fully prepared for Friday, February 13, 2015.