SETA Smartphone Stand: Stylishly Stiff

The SETA smartphone stand ($19-$25) doesn’t try to do 50 things at once, but the few it does, it looks like it does damn well. Made of aluminum with a nano-coated pad, the SETA sucks up any flat phone you press against it, with a convenient hole for the connector cables to run through. It stands stylish and erect; isn’t that what we all strive for?

Clipless: Wearable Magnetic Smartphone Holder

The invention of the smartphone was great, sure, but it also meant we’d have one less hand to hold magnets in. Clipless ($35) manages to bring the magic of magnets back by letting you attach your phone to the magnetic disc that works through clothes, against any object, and — I’m guessing here — probably even through very old people’s thin skin. It works with any phone and any case.

Floome Smartphone Breathalyzer: How Drunk Were Those Drunk Dials?

Ever since Alexander Graham Bell made the first drunk dial to Mabel Hubbard in 1877 (“Sooo, what kind of bloomers are you wearing?”), men and women have been calling each other at 3am to unnecessarily convey their levels of desire for the previously asleep call-receiver. Now, with the Floome smartphone breathalyzer ($80), you can see just how inebriated you are before you dial those digits.  The Italian startup behind Floome says it uses the same fuel-cell sensors as police-grade breathalyzers, so that seems good. Just plug it into the headphone jack of your iOS, Android, or Windows smartphone and blow to town. Within seconds you’ll see if you’re safe to call your ex… oh, and also whether you can drive home.

Fuel: World’s Smallest Cell Phone Charger

The Devotec Fuel Micro Charger claims to be the smallest emergency phone charger in the world, and you know what that means: profits for you. Think about it, the next time your friend panics over the dwindling juice in their phone, you can whip the Fuel out of your pocket and pretty much name your price for a recharge. The 220 milliAmp hour battery is designed to give between 20-30 minutes of extra talk time, or up to a few hours of standby time, or up to $100 in blackmail money.

PhoneJoy Play: Screen Relief For Your Games

Gaming on your phone is often convenient, but rarely precise–kinda like those drive-by pizza deliveries that never caught on. The Play controller from PhoneJoy Solutions ($50) brings console-like handling to your mobile games with its unique ability to wrap around your iOS or Android device and give you the selection of analog sticks, pads, and buttons you’ve come to expect when gaming. The Play has a wireless range of up to 30 feet and even works when your phone is connected to a larger display. Yeah, this certainly beats pepperoni on your front lawn.