10 spooky Halloween iPhone apps

Apps that range from frightening to frighteningly useless

Halloween Soundlab Developer: Rich Olson Price: $0.99

Give the neighbourhood kiddies a fright during trick-or-treating this year by hooking your iPhone up to a stereo and using this app to create a cacophony of scary sounds such as a boiling cauldron, a creepy organ, an empty rocking chair and "Screams of the Wretched." Actually, the scariest thing about this app is imagining the developer inviting people over to his sound studio and turning them away for not sounding wretched enough with their screams. If there's one group of people you don't want to upset, it's probably the screaming wretches.

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