Android App Development USA – Top 5 Android Apps in USA
The five android apps, which are rocking the US charts, are TED Talks, FlipBoard, Pixlr Express, Evernote, Instagram. We will discuss each one and explain why they deserve their respective positions. The above mentioned apps are top 5 on the credentials, user ratings, popularity, ease of use, etc. These may not be the top 5 android apps according to everyone but it’s the general consensus! TED Talks is a nonprofit organization devoted to exceptional ideas, which are worth sharing. You will be able to find the best talks and performances for TED conferences, TEDx and partner events – and the best of the web. The android app provides a simple User Interface to explore via different talks. You could get the official TED Talks app from the Play Store.
Flipboard is a aggregated social network, and is designed in a magazine like format, is available for both iOS and Android. It merges both world and social news on one platform making it easier and systematical to keep a track on updates. Once you have selected a few topics, your Flipboard is built and one can instantly start swapping through pages and keep a track on what you like and avoid what you don’t consider to be important. Pixlr Express is another trendy image editor app by Autodesk the makers of AutoCAD. Pixlr Express is an app which helps you quickly format pictures and edit them. For e.g. reshape, resize, change teeth color, etc. It lets you choose out of 600 effects, borders and overlays to personalize images all for free of charge. Pixlr Express will make you a PRO even if you have never edited a single picture in your life.
Now coming to Evernote, its an easy to use free app that helps us remember everything across all devices one can use. Note can be a piece of text which has been formatted or a full web page. Notes can also contain file attachments. They can be sorted into folders and later on tagged, edited, annotated, commented at or exported as part of notebook. Staying organized has become simpler than ever it lets you take notes, capture photos, create lists, even when you are on the move.
It supports a number of different OS platforms and also helps with backup and synchronization services.
Last but not the least Instagram, it is an online photo sharing and networking service which enables us to take pictures and apply digital filters to the same. Share them on variety of social networking sites, which allow its users to post pictures like Twitter and Facebook. Among many of its features, the best part is its contrast of 4:3 aspect ratio used typically by mobile device cameras.
I am Pratik Kanada, founder & CEO of 360 Degree Technosoft, which makes app ideas into reality by providing unique design and development services across iOS and Android platforms. I generally write blogs on mobile technology, app development and app marketing.