Apps to Watch is a weekly collection of the most beautiful and innovative mobile apps in the market. There are more apps coming to the market every single day but only a few will make the cut.
Here is a collection of 10 apps that are beautifully designed, solve a problem, entertain and have a very promising future. Get inspired by the leaders of tomorrow.
Send us your app suggestions for an upcoming edition of the Apps to Watch and we might feature them!
Hooops brings Dribbble onto your iPhones. With its beautiful flat design, Hooops gives a pleasant experience for browsing through Dribbble on the go.
Ever felt frustrated describing a fashion product you want on Google? With ASAP54, you can take a photo of what you see and it will recommend you a range of similar products.
Our boring phone contact list needs much design makeover and Connect does a great job with its functional and sleek app.
Findery allows you to explore stories of places around the world in the form of notes. Notes can be stories, memories, gossips, advices, jokes, videos and basically anything else that you want to share about a place.
On Trusper, you can find and share tips, tutorials and how-to’s on beauty, wellness, health and DIY and more.
Oggl allows you to explore amazing photos, share your own beautiful creations and curate inspiring images.
Milk Music (Free)
Exclusively for Samsung Galaxy owners, Milk Music is an ad-free* customisable radio station app with a smart dial interface. (*for a limited time)
For people with limited mobile data like me, you need Onavo. Onavo has a range of apps for both iOS and Android to help you get more out of your data plan and measure your usage.
Do you know that if your flight has been delayed or cancelled or you have been denied boarding, you could claim up to $800? Submit a claim on AirHelp’s nicely designed app and they will chase for the compensation for you (even to the extent of going to court).
Facefeed is a Tinder-like chat app that makes conversations on our phone more human and fun through selfies.
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