Every now and then I check out the lists of top 10 free apps in both the iTunes and Google Play stores. I\u2019m curious to see if the decline of Western Civilization is continuing at a rapid clip.\n\tJudging from I\u2019d Cap That, which recently hit iTunes\u2019 top 10, we\u2019re all doomed. Doomed, I tell you!\n\tI\u2019m exaggerating, of course. And I\u2019d Cap That actually made me laugh several times. I can see it being a lot of fun at a party\u2014at least for five minutes or so. But as Krisp, the app\u2019s developer, blithely states: \u201cDo not use I'd Cap That if you are easily offended.\u201d\n\tI\u2019d Cap That is a photo app that randomly adds humorous\u2014and sometimes crude\u2014captions to photos on your iOS device. (The app is designed for iPhone and iPod touch screens; the version I reviewed is 1.10.) Here are a few examples (fit for public consumption) of I\u2019d Cap That humor at work, using some recent and vintage photos on my iPhone:\n\tI\u2019d Cap That uses hundreds of \u201crandom, hilarious captions\u201d that supposedly never repeat. You can save captioned images to your iOS device\u2019s Camera Roll or share them via email or on Twitter (but, surprisingly, not Facebook).\n\tSo what if Western Civilization is in a dizzying free-for-all plunge? I\u2019m still laughing over that \u201csharted\u201d caption.\n\tCheck back on Friday for more thoughts on another top 10 free iOS app. Next week, I'll move on to the Google Play Store\u2019s top 10.