Featured: Top 10 Prank Apps For Android

With the Holidays coming, chances are you will be spending quite a bit of time with your friends or family. While there will be plenty of time for eating and present-opening, you might be looking for ways to try and fill the rest of the time. Of course, you can always break out the board games, although if you are more the mischievous type, then you could be looking for a couple of good pranks to pull on those closest to you. Whatever your motive, here are ten prank apps for Android that are worth checking out. Be warned though - prank cautiously, you never know when it might backfire.

Fake Call Prank

Starting off our prank list today is one app which many will probably be expecting. This is one of the most famous type of pranks that you can do with a phone and that is to 'prank call' someone. There are actually quite a few apps offering this feature, but to help you narrow down the list this one does come with a nice selection of celebs to choose from. Nice, simple and easy prank.

Scare Your Friends

One of the more common prank apps you will find for smartphones are apps which do something when one of your friends pick up your phone. Some set off alarms, buzz or otherwise. This is one of those apps and when someone does reach for your device, they will be presented with a creepy pic.

Cockroach in Phone Prank

Ever looked across the room and thought you saw something crawling on the floor? Creepy right! Well, with this app, that is exactly what your friends will see on your phone screen. Some nice cockroaches crawling across your phone.

Crack Screen Prank

This is an oldie (in smartphone terms) but still a classic. The old 'cracked screen' joke. Want your friends to think you cracked your brand new Galaxy Note 5 or LG V10 screen? This app will help you do it.

Fake Location Spoofer Free

One of the things to now do with mobile phones is to 'check in' and let all your friends know through various social media sites and apps where you are. Well, with this app you can spoof your location and check in somewhere other than where you are. London, Sydney, Paris, the possibilities are endless and the choice is all yours.

Lie Detector Simulator for Fun

Want to see if your friends are lying to you? Well this app won't help you do that. But what it will do, is make it seem your friends are lying on every question you ask them, That is, if you can get them to take a lie detector test to begin with.

Voice changer with effects

Another great prank you can play on your friends with your smartphone is with your voice. There are now a number of voice changing apps available on the Play Store and this is one of them. Not only will this app allow you to change your voice, but you can also record your altered voice for playback later. Perfect for when your friends are not expecting it.

Dude car prank

OK, so this prank app is probably not really that funny and you would be wise to choose your victims carefully. That said, what this app will do is allow you take a picture of your friends car and add effects to make it seem something has happened to their car. You have been warned, choose those you prank carefully with this one.

Motion Fart

Long before smartphones existed, one of the best pranks was a simple fart (or whoopie) cushion. Well, if you or your friends like fart jokes (even better if they don't) then this app is worth a try. Not only will this app simulate fake farts, but to activate the feature all you have to do is have the phone in your pocket and lift your leg. As natural as they come...so to speak.

Prank Pack

While all of the apps on this list come with specific pranks, closing out our list today is a goodie bag app of pranks. This one contains 12 pranks in total and also includes variants of many of the apps already on this list. So if you are looking for more of a one stop prank bag app, then this is an app worth checking out.

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John Anon

John has been writing about and reviewing tech products since 2014 after making the transition from writing about and reviewing airlines. With a background in Psychology, John has a particular interest in the science and future of the industry. Besides adopting the Managing Editor role at AH John also covers much of the news surrounding audio and visual tech, including cord-cutting, the state of Pay-TV, and Android TV. Contact him at [email protected]
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