Mobile App Development: The Bygone Era

By 2010, the apps market had snowballed into a mammoth product of technology that was here to stay. Fast-forward to the present day, and it seems that the world is incomplete without mobile apps. Let’s do a quick time travel and revisit the apps that once ruled the world.


3 Best Mobile Apps of 2010

  1. Foursquare: The location-based app created a stir in the app world. Going to shop and restaurants based on user reviews made a life lot easier for shop-a-holics with Foursquare.

  2. My6Sense: Can be called as a variant of RSS Feeder with more effectiveness. The app allowed users to read the kind of content they wanted to. The app, available for Android and iPhone, was a firm favorite among bloggers and had its share of success in 2010.

  3. GroupMe for iPhone and Android: Launched in August 2010, this app allowed users to assimilate phone contacts by groups and send text messages to those groups. This app was extensively used by executives.

3 Best Mobile Apps Of 2011

  1. Pulse News for Android: As mobile app development made advancements, useful apps like Pulse News came into existence. This useful app allowed users to check latest news, updates right on the move.

  2. Flipboard for iOS: Termed as the “social magazine” since its inception, Flipboard revolutionized the process of accessing online content. It took the digital publishing industry by storm as it combined content from blogs, websites and social networks and allowed users to check interesting and intriguing content.

  3. Snapseed for iOS: The post-process photo editing app was awarded as the “ipad App of the Year” by Apple. This was a fun app and helped users to enhance their images with auto-enhancement edit functions, filters, effects, etc.

Mobile app development has taken a huge leap since its inception. Android apps and iphone apps rule the rooster with Windows Phone not far behind.

I haven’t mentioned the best apps for 2012, as most of the applications of the bygone are still used extensively by the users. Anyways, if you want to add any other app to the aforementioned list, feel free to do so!



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