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iLiad

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An app that brings to your smartphone a completely (not) interactive text-only story (or possibly ZX81 type graphics, only horizontal lines rendered very slowly).

In glorious monochrome it tells the classic tale of of how the Greco-Trojan war was inadvertently started with Helen selecting the wrong "Paris" on the navigation app of her tablet, while driving a chariot.

I'm not getting caught up in all that "Yeah, but did Homer actually write it?" bit, just because it doesn't mention doughnuts at any point is not incontrovertible proof one way or the other.

Suspect very, very early ver of Apple Maps.

not_morrison_rm, Apr 20 2013

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       Coming next, iLied, in which the computer feeds you deliberate misinformation. Also iLeider, the classical snob's MP3 library app. And finally iLiner, a special adapter that plugs into your smartphone's data port and which has an algorithmically extruded mascara applicator.
pocmloc, Apr 20 2013
  

       iLaid, an app to keep track of your amorous conquests. iLead, universal power supply. iLead, pencil core containing microcircuitry for some obscure geeky functionality. iLido, an ultrasonic cleaning tank for your smartphone. iLlness, a strange Welsh affliction from over-use of fashion electronica.
pocmloc, Apr 20 2013
  

       iFyouinsist   

       Personally I prefer iNfamy, as in Caesar's speech "iNfamy, iNfamy, they all have it iNfamy".
not_morrison_rm, Apr 20 2013
  

       The iiiiiMnotYourSteppingStone app, which would seem to be some kind of pre-nup boilerplate generator.
not_morrison_rm, Apr 21 2013
  

       i[Marked-for-deletion], a smartphone app that automatically detects stupid ideas and annihalates them. (Swiftly followed by a 50% reduction in internet traffic I suppose....)
pocmloc, Apr 21 2013
  

       iCaramba
theircompetitor, Apr 21 2013
  

       iRon. An application which removes creases from your clothing.
AusCan531, Apr 21 2013
  

       I think I'm still ahead on points, having got 4 i's in there.
not_morrison_rm, Apr 21 2013
  

       Ahh, by dint of using a sash clamp, I managed to get all four leading i's on a triple letter score square.   

       And mild re-edit of original idea.
not_morrison_rm, Apr 21 2013
  

       iLdl - online, bargain-price supermarket for poor typists.
hippo, Apr 22 2013
  

       iBid : department of eBay for stuff that isn't moving.   

       iEye : nautical navigation app   

       iVan : Russian delivery service
FlyingToaster, Apr 22 2013
  

       ILluminati - an app that finds the cheapest lightbulbs from a range of online retailers.   

       iNoCorrida - a program that rates dodgy France-Japanese films.
not_morrison_rm, Apr 22 2013
  

       //iKnowWhatYouDidLastSummer   

       Also useful for the heavy drinker and other people with memory lapses.   

       Also useful for the heavy dr...hang on..
not_morrison_rm, Apr 23 2013
  

       iPatch, iI, and iCnoships, a trio of nautical navigation apps.
pocmloc, Apr 23 2013
  

       West of House
You are standing in an open field west of a white house, with a boarded front door.
There is a small mailbox here.
4whom, Apr 25 2013
  

       inv
hippo, Apr 26 2013
  

       iSteddfod, only works in Welsh though.   

       iOftheTiger, enables you to track Sylvester Stallone's "acting" career.   

       iHaveNoIdea how to end this thread.
not_morrison_rm, Apr 26 2013
  

       uStartedit
pocmloc, Apr 26 2013
  

       iKnow
not_morrison_rm, Apr 26 2013
  
      
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