It's not as creepy as it sounds. In fact, we think Date Check can be a useful device for singles out there on the market. There are a lot of freaks out there and you need to protect yourself. This free app that suggests you "lookup before you hookup" will decipher fact from fiction. Just enter his name, phone number or email address, and you'll get accurate, comprehensive results. Features like the Sleaze Detector, $$$, and Living Situation make playing with this tool even more fun.
Want to know your neighbors' credit rankings?
With Equifax Mobile, an app created by the credit reporting agency, you can not only keep track of your own credit score, you can also see how you measure up with others in various communities. This comes in handy when assessing an area's relative value if you're looking for a new house to buy or an apartment to rent. The free app also features a fraud index that shows the frequency of identity theft in any given area.
Analyze your poop
What's the deal with your bowel movement? The What's Your Poo Telling You? app will analyze it for you. Equipped with a poo timer, a poo log, a graph of poos, poo pastimes, even descriptions of poo, you'll learn a lot about your poo and your digestive health. All of this poo knowledge can be yours for a measly 99 cents.
If you've ever drunk-dialed, you'll get a kick out of the Last Night Never Happened app (a.k.a. the "Morning After" app). For 99 cents, the app can delete your posts - from status updates to photos - on Facebook and Twitter at an instant. You select how far back you want to go and voila - it's like last night never happened. This can also come in handy if you expressed anger (or anything strange for that matter) online that you'd like to take back.
Dude, where's your car?
Ignore the cheesy pirate theme, Carrr Matey is a cool app - it can find your parked car for you. It's easy to forget especially if you live in the kind of city where hunting for a parking space is like holiday season at the mall. Carrr Matey simply uses Google Maps to guide you to your car, giving you complete directions along the way. The free app also features a parking timer to help you avoid those pesky parking tickets.
If you're lazy
The AirRun app, which you can download for free, lets you outsource any task - it's like having a personal assistant who will run your errands for you. From picking up dry cleaning to (heck) standing in line at the DMV for you, AirRun's runners have got you covered.
And if you're not looking for someone to run your errands but instead want to make some money running errands for others, you can become a runner using the app, too!
Need a light?
The free iHandy Flashlight is so simple, yet so genius! If you find yourself without power or perhaps you're walking home late at night, this app, which turns your iPhone into a flashlight, can provide you with some comfort. Let's just hope your iPhone doesn't run out of juice while you're using it or you'll really be in a pickle.
The makers of this mobile flashlight also made the iHandy Level.
The toilet finder
When you're traversing through unfamiliar territory or simply out and about locally, it can be difficult to find a bathroom. But when nature calls, you can use SitOrSquat. This free app helps you find a public toilet. All you have to do is enter an address, zip code, city or intersection.
Consider this, hoarders
The makers of the free app, Use it or Lose it, believe most people have way too much stuff. To address issues related to clutter and hoarding, Use it or Lose it helps you organize your belongings. Keep track of what you have stored, remember who you lent stuff to, catalog your collection (you know, to show it off) and "file" stuff away. As you use the app, you might suddenly realize you are keeping track of way too much - well - crap, which will then encourage you to donate, sell or scrap the excess.
If you're in New York City and need a free condom
There's a free app that can help you find one. In an effort to promote safe sex, NYC Condom Finder by NYC Health locates free condoms using the iPhone's GPS. Users will be provided with directions to the five closest venues that distribute them for free across New York City's five boroughs.