Creating an app, or mobile website, can be as complicated as you want it to be, thus, making the execution of such apps to be as fast as you want it to be. Depending on your budget and project requirements, app design and development can vary from project to project. In fact, it can take just one day (Flappy Bird) to years to design and maintain an app.
Facebook is leading the top free Android apps this week with the usual suspects – Pandora, Facebook Messenger, and Instagram. New to this week’s top list is Farm Heroes Saga, a game from the makers of Candy Crush Saga. The game was recently updated on February 22, 2014, but was originally released on Android in January of this year. IT was originally created as a Facebook game.
Below, we’ve listed the top free Android apps of the week. The list links to Google Play’s research about the individual apps, including user reviews.
We spotlight the top free apps every week–helping our readers discover, enjoy and analyze successful content. Read more
The best part about living in the Bay Area is the frequent and prolific way that apps enter the market. The whole city is literally, the beta site for app developers. The city is also a huge consumer of ice cream.
So, the best match is this ice cream delivery app: Ice Cream Life. If you live in San Francisco proper, you can get ice cream, delivered to you in 60 minutes or less for $5. The service brings Three Twins organic ice cream, but we think it should offer others as well. Some ice cream are worth the wait, you know?
Now, if I can get a coffee delivery app…
One thing that’s becoming quite evident is the growing number of photos everyone with smartphones accumulates. Do we even go back and look at them the next year or ever?
If you’ve got thousands of photos, but have no easy process to actually look at them, you should check out this iOS app, Throwback, which just became available for Android users. It’s a photo app that works like a digital time capsule.
Flappy Bird clones are still dominating the iTunes app store. This week, it’s Jumpy Jack and his skateboarding antics. Unlike the original Flappy Bird, Jumpy Jack comes with rewards for users who can move through the obstacles.
Below, we’ve listed the top free iPhone apps of the week. The list links to Inside Network’s research about the individual apps, including historical charts, developer information and download information.
Every week we spotlight the top free apps every week–helping our readers discover, enjoy and analyze successful content. Read more
Internet users rejoice! There’s an app dedicated to helping you find the perfect GIF to express your thoughts with fewer words and more moving images. The search engine app, GIFwrapped, is dedicated to GIFs, so you longer have to swim in a sea of JPGs. The app scans the entire internet of GIFs from trustworthy sources like Giphy and Tumblr to bring you all the GIFs.
The app also allows users to upload or bookmark favorite GIFs – so when you are searching for the right reaction-GIF, it’s easier than ever to pimp up your messages with GIF swag. Read more
Funded by Google, Robinhood is a new finance app that offers commission-free trading. That’s right, no fees whatsoever. How is this possible? The company is like a bank – it can actually make money simply by having it. So, by moving your money around, Robinhood can make its own profit. This is what the app has to say about traditional brokers:
The European Commission is investigating the term “free” as used for apps that contain in-app purchases. The consumer policy group representing the European Union is holding talks with Apple, Google and app makers in developing new policies that would require free apps to be completely free, with intentions of targeting terms like “Buy Now” or “Upgrade Now” from free-to-play apps.