The Top 10 iPhone Apps to Help You Score
The date is going well. Your pseudo-knowledge of both food and music seems to be paying off! She suggests you two hit up a movie. Time to call upon the Fandango app.
From here, you can check theaters in your area code, get movie reviews, showtimes, and even order tickets right from your phone, for free. And while all the other suckers are waiting in line to buy tickets, you can cruise up to will call with her and act like you own the joint.
4. Around Me
On your way to the theater, you realize that the detour created by the diversion to restaurant #2 has left your whip in need of some fuel. But where the hell are we, and where’s the closest gas station?
Here’s a job for the Around Me app. Around Me uses the iPhone’s location services and GPS features to find things in your close proximity, like gas stations, ATMs, parking, etc. In practically no time, you’re fueled up and back on the road to an idyllic date.
So guys don’t want to ask for directions and chicks don’t dig guys who get lost driving around on a date. The solution? Turn-by-turn directions on your iPhone.
At this week’s WWDC, TomTom showed off their new voice command enabled turn-by-turn GPS navigation app for the iPhone. Use it and never have to flip a b**** again, both literally and figuratively!
2. Touch Hockey
The TomTom app worked so well that you guys get the movie with time to spare. In hopes of avoiding a potentially awkward silence while sitting in the theater, you challenge her to a two-player game of Touch Hockey air hockey on your iPhone.
Not only does it eat up some minutes, it gives you a chance to let her win and get into her good graces that much more.
1. iTunes Remote
Movie is over, and she declares that she’s tired, and slyly suggests you guys head over to your place to “chill for a bit.” Right when you get there, you bust out the iTunes Remote app, and put on the appropriate playlist.
Of course, don’t forget to cap off the night with an electric smoke when all is said and done.
Now, if only they’d had a contraceptive app…