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What started out as the ultimate compendium of fake businesses and products now contains many new categories that don't fit the original description... but we just can't bring ourselves to change the name.
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  • Mobile Apps
    • Air B-on-B
        • App Jack mentions like Air BnB, but for gay guys (Air Boy on Boy) - from the Will & Grace revival preview.
    • Bump New record added 9/6/2021
        • App that Lexi introduces to Glen - the thing with the information sharing.
    • Cliplicious
        • Social media website and smartphone app similar to Youtube seen in episode 1. Check out "Audrey's FACE SUCK EXTRAVAGANZA" video.
    • Cool Girl in School
        • Cocaine and gun thief Debbie's favorite mobile game. Boyle likes it too. (Season 7 episode The Jimmy Jab Games II)
    • Extreme Woodblock
        • One of the three electronic woodblock apps already in existence when George Michael and P-Hound are working on their own woodblock app, which eventually becomes a privacy app called Fakeblock. (Season 4)
    • Faceless Friends
        • #3 app on the "10 Dating Apps for Those Who Hate Dating Apps” article that Joe consults. (Season 2 episode Ex-istential Crisis)

    • The Fagchart
        • Smartphone application from the development team behind The Negraph. (Season 1 episode The Branding)
    • FamSentry
        • Tracking app that Joe installs on the phone that he gives Delilah's sister Ellie. (Season 2 episode What Are Friends For?)
    • Fuckfriend
        • Social media app Jimmy mentions when smoking joint with Mac.
    • G Hive
        • Gina's social network, featuring Gina-mandments - They're like the Ten Commandments, except there's more, and they're better. (Season 6 episode Return of the King)
    • Get Woodblocked
        • One of the three electronic woodblock apps already in existence when George Michael and P-Hound are working on their own woodblock app, which eventually becomes a privacy app called Fakeblock. (Season 4)
    • Gold Leaf
        • #5 app on the "10 Dating Apps for Those Who Hate Dating Apps” article that Joe consults. (Season 2 episode Ex-istential Crisis)

    • GryzzlDump
        • Tech company Gryzzl's music service that launched in November. They now have 170 million users. (Season 6 episode Movin' Up)
    • GryzzlVibe
        • Coffee sales app Gryzzl is developing with Starbucks. It monitors your mood, using facial-recognition software to track your expressions. If the camera senses that you're in a bad mood, it will geo-match you to the nearest cup of sweet pick-me-up java. But, if you're in a good mood, it will geo-nudge you to a sweet coffee shop. (Season 7 episode Gryzzlbox)
    • Harlem's Hero App
        • App Danny mentions, how he found Luke Cage. (Season 2 episode The Main Ingredient)
    • Hollywoo Stars And Celebrities: What Do They Know? Do They Know Things? Let's Find Out.: Second Screen App
        • App Wanda downloads to see what people are saying about the show while it's on in episode Let's Find Out.
    • HotClues
        • The police commissioner John Kelly's new mobile app that allows civilians to submit anonymous tips directly to the police. (Season 6 episode Sicko)
    • InstaYap
        • Mobile app similar to SnapChat, where user records a video that gets deleted after being watched. Sallinger sends one to Jessica about his next victim. (Season 3 episode AKA Camera Friendly)
    • Junk Mail
        • Calvin's co-worker's social media app that's kind of like instagram but instead of filters it makes your junk look bigger.
    • Lovefinderrz
        • The name of the app that Jerry and Glootie create. Rejected names include Ooh-La-Love, CupidR, Meetlovers and WhoGotzDaLuv. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • LoveHooks
        • Beck's ex-boyfriend Benji's dating app that connects people through musical tastes. (Pilot episode) #2 app on the "10 Dating Apps for Those Who Hate Dating Apps” article that Joe consults. (Season 2 episode Ex-istential Crisis)

    • Make-A-Match
        • Online dating app that guarantees the perfect match by building him or her for you from scratch. "Find your perfect match." (Season 1 episode Matchmaker)
    • Mem Restore
        • Consumer app Nora uses to restore Nathan's memories. (Season 1 episode The Grey Market)
    • Memboost Turbo
        • Consumer app Nora uses to restore Nathan's memories. (Season 1 episode The Grey Market)
    • Meow Meow Beenz
        • Mobile app that lets you say how much you like, who you like, when you like, all from a non-Boost mobile phone. From season 5 episode 8 App Development and Condiments.
    • Meter Maid
        • The gang's parking app - dead in the water until they discover the alternate universe mirror and it's time dilation properties.
    • More Woodblock!
        • One of the three electronic woodblock apps already in existence when George Michael and P-Hound are working on their own woodblock app, which eventually becomes a privacy app called Fakeblock. (Season 4)
    • My Friend Space
        • Social media site Zoe uses (user name EurekaGrrl) - Eureka version of Facebook or MySpace (Eureka: Hide and Seek webisodes)
    • The Negraph
        • New smartphone application, a technology specifically designed to help you determine whether or not you can drop the N-bomb. (Season 1 episode The Branding)
    • Nitely
        • Nora's social media dating app. (Season 1 episode Welcome to Upload)
        • Nora deletes her Nitely app after a bad date. (Season 1 episode Five Stars)
        • Nora reinstalls app and creates a new profile, but still ends up matching with Byron again. (Season 1 episode The Sex Suit)
        • Byron is using the Nitely app to meet another girl when Nora calls him to invite him to the Horizen Winter Party. (Season 1 episode Update Eve)
    • Ominous Beeping App
        • Glootie's app that he uses when he tries to escape from Jerry and Morty. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Phantomspotter
        • App Blake uses to detect electromagnetic frequencies at TelAmeriCorp. (Season 3 episode A TelAmerican Horror Story)
    • Q Symphony
        • Mystery puzzle mobile app that private detective Karim Washington learns about while helping an elderly Vietnamese woman find her missing granddaughter, Michelle. (Season 2 episode Angel of Death)
    • Sexbook
        • Social media app Jimmy mentions when smoking joint with Mac.
    • Shreekr
        • Fictional Twitter like social media app, featuring CEO Bark Multiverse, worth $490 billion.
    • Sonnet2Me
        • #4 app on the "10 Dating Apps for Those Who Hate Dating Apps” article that Joe consults. "The app for readers. Less photo-based, more conversational. For those interested in getting to know someone who actually reads.” One of the girls that Joe meets using the app tells him that she's not really a reader, but she wants to date a guy who is. (Season 2 episode Ex-istential Crisis)

    • Teaser
        • Social media dating app that Malcolm uses. (Season 2 episode God Help the Hobo) Jessica uses the app to triangulate Malcolm's location. (Season 2 episode AKA Three Lives and Counting)
    • Toddddler
        • Mobile app that Gina makes up to impress her friends at her high school reunion that finds playdates for children it's "Tinder for toddlers". (Season 6 episode The Tattler)
    • Tower Offender
        • App that comes up when Jerry's Lovefinderrz goes offline due to the ad wall. (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Tripfucker
        • Fictional phone app Rolo mentions, making joke about people rating his museum (Season 4 episode Black Museum)
    • TrueYou
        • Facebook-type social media app that makes the chaos of the web made elegant and simple.
    • TryPul
        • Social networking app Kevin uses to find Pinkmynx.
    • Twenty One 2 Life
        • #1 app on the "10 Dating Apps for Those Who Hate Dating Apps” article that Joe consults. (Season 2 episode Ex-istential Crisis)

    • Wuphf
        • Ryan's social media app. Ryan: "Wuphf is a site that I'm launching to be the last word in social networking. For just $12.99 a month, Wuphf links up all your communication portals So you are always within reach. It's part of the dog pack, as I call it." (Season 6 episode Whistleblower)

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