The 12 most controversial apps you can still download today

With over a million apps available for iPhone and Android, there’s bound to be at least a few that are raising eyebrows and causing people to talk.

From dating apps that only let you in if you’re wealthy to apps that show you see stolen information, these are the most controversial apps you can still download today.

The League is Tinder for super successful people.

The League is a selective dating app with a wait list of over 80,000 people. Most of its users are wealthy or attended Ivy League schools, and you only get access if the app's algorithm decides you're cool and successful enough.

Price: Free (iOS)

Carrot Dating has been called a form of virtual prostitution.

Carrot Dating launched with the promise to help men and women 'bribe their way to a date.' The app allows people to offer people 'carrots,' or gifts like dinners and drinks in an attempt to get someone to agree to a first date.

Price: Free (iOS, Android)

Ashley Madison wants you to have an affair.

Boasting that it has 'over 27 million men and women looking to have a discreet affair,' Ashley Madison encourages its married users to cheat, allowing people to search for married people nearby who are also looking for a fling.

Price: Free (iOS, Android)

Wikileaks lets you browse leaked documents and files.

Apple removed the Wikileaks app from the App Store, but you can download aversion of the app on Google Play (though it hasn't been updated in years). The app lets you browse and dive into Wikileaks' treasure trove of leaked documents.

Price: Free (Android)

Lulu encourages women to objectify men.

Lulu is an app that lets women anonymously rate and objectify men without their consent. The app gives women the chance to rate men they know through Facebook on a scale of 1 to 10, and it encourages hashtags such as #Big Feet and #NapoleanComplex.

Price: Free (iOS, Android)

Luxy is a dating app for the 1%.

Luxy originally called itself 'Tinder, minus the poor people,' but now describes itself as 'an online millionaires club' that's 'exclusively for the 1%.' You can swipe to find matches and even see if other users like the same fashion brands.

Price: Free (iOS)

Weed Farmer is a game where you grow and harvest marijuana.

Weed Farmer tasks you with running your own cannabis farm as you grow and sell pot in an attempt to become a successful marijuana farmer. The game reached the top of the App Store shortly after its launch.

Price: $US2.99(iOS), $US0.99 (Android)

SkinneePix makes you look skinnier.

SkinneePix is an app that edits your selfies so that you'll look thinner. You can choose to virtually lose 5, 10, or 15 pounds in only a few taps.

Price: Free (iOS, Android)

After School was pulled from the App Store but has since returned.

After School is an app designed to give high school students a place to discuss things anonymously without worrying about a teacher or parent finding out. It was pulled from the App Store after kids started using it for bullying, but After School has since returned with new safety features.

Price: Free (iOS)

People use Whisper to post secrets anonymously.

Whisper is one of the most popular platforms for people to share gossip, secrets, and sometimes even news scoops anonymously. You can also browse secrets that were posted nearby you or at your school.

Price: Free (iOS, Android)

Tinder was the first app that made it popular to be shallow.

Tinder blazed the trail for people to hook up based solely on looks alone. It only shows you the photos, first name, and age of people located nearby, and then tasks you with swiping left and right until you find a match that found you attractive too.

Price: Free (iOS, Android)

Yik Yak is another anonymous app that's been used for cyberbullying in the past.

Yik Yak is a popular anonymous bulletin board of sorts where people can post what's going on around them without worrying people discovering who they are. Of course, the anonymous nature of the app has led to some abusing the app and cyberbullying.

Price: Free (iOS, Android)

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