Do you covet thy neighbor's wife? If so, you don't want to leave a paper trail. TigerText is here to help. It will give your text messages a shelf life, anywhere from 1 minute to 30 days. When the deadline hits, the message goes poof and vanishes from both the sender and the recipient's phones. The app's creators swear it's not named after Tiger Woods, whose infidelity scandal hit the headlines just weeks before the app's debut, but it sure could have come in handy for him.
There are also apps to help you out on booty calls. The New York City Health Department celebrated Valentine's Day by releasing an app to help you find free condoms around the city. Using GPS, it pinpoints your location and flags bars, clubs and other social spots that hand out rubbers. The free app is available for iPhone and Android.
As gas prices continue to rise, these apps are here to help -- in ways that go above and beyond simply locating the cheapest gas. More