Quarterly Review: Most Popular Apps of 2015

Amazingly, a quarter of the year has gone by, and we’re nearly into April already. To mark the end of the first quarter of 2015, we thought it was a great time to take a look back at what have been some of the most popular apps around so far.

Applications are designed to make the user experience as easy as possible. Whether they’re for your iPhone, Android or tablet they should give exceptional functionality and access to everyday information from checking the weather forecast to the weekly shop. The ability to have the latest information at your fingertips has created an incredibly diverse application marketplace that is continually evolving.

Why not delve in and find out what has been the most popular app so far and maybe discover something new to download that you won’t be able to live without?

Tiny Scan Pro (Free)

If you use your phone for business, then this app is a must-have for your iPhone. It gives high-quality scans of anything – documents, receipts, and photos. Converting them into PDF documents that can be saved and shared however you need to.  The app allows the files to be saved in various cloud-based services, including Dropbox and Evernote.

Mailbox (Free)

Mailbox is a great app for managing your emails more effectively. It’s compatible with Gmail and iCloud email accounts, to create a stylish interface with great usability that is more similar to an SMS chat system.

Dropbox (Free)

Dropbox is one of the most popular cloud-based storage options available for the iPhones, tablets and Androids with a free storage allowance of up to 2GB. User can easily store photos, documents, and videos online, with the ability to access and share them anytime, anywhere and on any device.

Keeper Password Manager (Free)

Security online is an incredibly important factor, whether it’s for business use or just keeping a safe track of your personal logins. The Keeper Password Manager app allows you to keep your passwords and confidential information safe and secure. With the ability to encrypt files on your phone, autofill logins and passwords and manage your confidential data efficiently you will have peace of mind that you are secure.

Twitter (Free)

It seems that no-one can resist the temptation of Twitter these days. This free app is a great way to keep in touch with the world in a short and sweet way. With improved functionality, Twitter is at the top of its game, keeping you up to date on what’s trending across the world.

EBay (Free)

This app makes selling, bidding and buying so much easier and fun. It now has an integrated PayPal sign in for quick and easy use and is a great way to shop and sell online.

WhatsApp (Free – 1st year only)

This app has taken the world of communication by storm. It sends SMS’s from your phone using Wi-Fi connections rather than your mobile service provider, so there’s no need to worry about SMS allowances or size restrictions anymore. Plus if you’re sending images or video the quality is far better too.  Many people use this in place of SMS or iMessage, particularly if they have both Android and iPhone users on their friends list and want to message them for free.

If you have an idea for the latest app or just want to keep up to date with the latest news, then visit Appwriter, to find out how to bring your app idea to fruition. You never know, you could be appearing on one of these lists in the very near future!


Comments are closed.

Post Navigation