iPhone Apps: the Top 46 Oddest

You have all the productive iPhone apps already loaded. Now it’s time for a little amusement.
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Okay, you’ve loaded your iPhone with all sorts of sensible and helpful apps. For instance, popular freebies like Google Mobile (for search on the run) and Remote (to control your gadgets). Or must-have apps from 64 Seriously Cool iPhone Applications and 81 Tasty iPhone Apps.

But while many iPhone apps are useful, there are also a lot of bizarre apps in the iTunes Store. Every iPhone needs at least a few of these strange apps. I mean, all work and no play makes Jack (and Jill) pretty darn dull.

So here's our list of the 46 most odd iPhone apps you can find. They fall into 6 categories: 1) Strange and Wonderful Facts, 2) Unusual Music, 3) Humor, 4) Noises and Odd Sounds, 5) Perfectly Useless, and (our personal favorite) 6) Complete Timewasters.

1) iPhone Apps: Strange and Wonderful Facts

Amazing Animal Facts ($.99):
Discover curiosities from the animal and insect worlds.

Bizarre Holidays ($.99):
Every day can be a holiday, if you know where to look.

Facts (free):
A random collection of surprising trivia.

Odd Diseases: Genetics ($.99):
Learn more than you thought possible about genetic diseases.

Science Facts Pro ($.99):
Thousands of scientific facts to entertain and amuse.

Stupid Laws the Facts! (free):
Unbelievable laws from around the country and around the world.

2) iPhone Apps: Unusual Music

Bongo Bongo ($.99):
A pair of on-screen bongos that sound like the real things.

Buddha Machine ($3.99):
It plays nine strange ambient sounds loops over and over.

iBone ($3.99):
The only trombone you can keep in your pocket.

Kazoo (free):
For those rare times when you don't have a real kazoo with you.

More Cowbell ($.99):
You say you gotta have more cowbell? Then download this app and tap away.

Ocarina ($.99):
An enormous iPhone hit, it turns your phone into a simple wind instrument.

Pocket Trumpet ($.99):
Tap the valves and pretend you're in a real jazz band.

ShakeYa Tambourine ($.99):
Play it by shaking your phone like a real tambourine.

Tingalin ($5.99):
Play an eastern European lute.

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