Apps of the Day: Falling Fred & SecurePhoto


One app is inappropriate and the other hides inappropriate things. Gosh, we’re so darn good at matching up the perfect apps for apps of the day. In all seriousness, there’s a lot of good to be had between these two .APK files and you owe it to yourself to check them out for yourself (especially since they’re free). Get started below.

Falling Fred – Fred’s falling. We can’t help that at this point. But he wants to fall as far as he can and there are some obstacles in his way. He needs your help to guide him through lasers, saws, knives and all sorts of other frightening objects. I mean, if you’re going to fall from atop a building, you may as well get as much airtime as you can. You’ll probably die on impact too, so pain will be minimal. That’s unless your skeletal structure is made of adamantium or something, anyway, in which case we’d just keep walking on by as if nothing is happening. Get tons of levels and gory situations in the Android market. [Market]

SecurePhoto – Let’s face it: everyone has something on their phone that they don’t want others to see. And most of the time, it’s a photo. Bring in SecurePhoto, perhaps one of the best looking photo lockers we’ve seen. While we prefer applications that can lock any application on your phone, some folks need something simple. Lock your private photos up with a password and keep other applications from being able to see it. All of this is free, too, so be sure and grab it if you’re tired of snooping eyes. [Market]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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