Between television, movies, and magazines, it was already impossible to ignore celebrities.But given how easy iOS development is, they’ve taken to our mobile devices as well.
Love them or hate them, here are 10 celebrities that are desperate for your attention while you’re playing Angry Birds.
What celebrity apps did we miss? Let us know in the comments!
Is an 8-Ball to kitschy for you? Why not ask a question, shake your iPhone, and have David Hasselhoff provide an answer instead?
That's right -- Pamela Anderson has her own iPhone app. It functions as a video alarm clock with a few videos of her enticing you to get out of bed, in case that's your thing.
Yes, Lou Reed has an app. No, it doesn't have anything to do with music. If you're an ageing rock and roller, what do you need most out of your phone? The ability to see your contacts list up close. Lou's got an app for that.
Just what you needed -- an app that will let Samuel L. Jackson swear at you with all the vigor that can be harnessed from an iPhone speaker.
Here's an app that brings you videos and recipes on how to prepare
Here's your chance to play Chuck Norris in a video game. Crawl through treacherous Cambodian jungle and do battle with evil Communists!
Here's your way to stay on top of the latest news from the Catholic church. It supports eight different languages.
Dave Chappelle made Lil Jon's one-liners so memorable that now you can carry around this soundboard app and have it repeat them to you.
Keep the beat with Animal of Muppets fame. It's like Guitar Hero for drums.
Slash has a much more conventional Guitar Hero-style game bearing his name. Tap along to one of three different songs (none of which are Guns & Roses tunes, weirdly enough). The app also has a section for the latest Slash news and tour dates.
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