Three of the most underrated apps
There are good apps. And there are great applications. Then there are bad apps. And then there are apps that are particularly large but do not receive the following. The app industry is one of the emerging business markets at the turn of the century – and it is also one of the most feasible.
With the onslaught of smartphones that crowd the market today, 1 in 3 people now has a smartphone. Surprisingly, in the countries of the first world, almost 95% of the population own a smartphone. Mobile computing is the future, and mass-produced PC articles are what most of the big tech companies are examining, as well as how to create their own franchises in the app.
With billions of apps literally at your fingertips, you have a variety of options on what to have and what you do not want to download on your devices. You may not have heard of the apps listed below – and not without a good reason – it’s because they’re so underrated that they’ve become Broadway stars for this generation’s pop stars. But do not make mistakes; they are impeccable, if not more, than those apps that are gaining traditional fame.
IFTTT is a curious app. It’s one of those apps that at first looks like a very complicated app, but when you start using it, it’s one of the most streamlined apps on the iOS market today. What IFTTT does is create a job from your apps and link them through your command. Add “recipes” based on what is useful to you and, by taking care of it, the app provides you with timely information from your stack of apps.
Kis is a messenger. And an incredibly fast one. It was designed by the original BBM programmers and has been downloaded at least 5 million times since it was launched on the App store. It is available for iOS, Android and other mobile platforms. It overcomes any messaging app on any platform and the app design is very minimalist.
Prey is an anti-theft app that beats the Find iPhone app baked in Apple devices. It is probably the most effective anti-burglary application that exists and leads to a separate class. You must register before using the app (originally designed for laptops) and when you are connected, notify the other devices of the location of the stolen device making sure that the phone connects to the nearest WiFi hotspot.