I've been lured into some awful apps because I fell for the slick write-ups by the developers. Never again. Right? (Wrong. ) I've cursed myself for buying it, but download it I did: Genius Clock Now, before you say, big deal. When it first hit the app store it sold for $24.99. This was kind of before I knew apps went on sale. It is what it is but even as a clock it is worthless as there are NO directions and not even a website to explain what the colors mean in relationship to time. So it sits in my iTunes tray as a reminder to not get wrapped up in wanting an app so bad so as not to explore it a bit and see what it really is and, more importantly, what it really isn't. Care to admit any of your failures when it comes to buying (near worthless) apps?