Best iPhone apps and future development
The mobile space is becoming inundated with a huge range of mobiles applications, with the top app players being the Apple App Store and Google Play, offering a massive range of apps to the iOS and Android faithful out there. So what are the best iPhone apps available and what new mobile apps will arrive on the iOS platform with future development?
Well currently the number one iOS app in 99 countries shouldn’t really come as a big surprise, as the app is Angry Birds Space, which was released not too long ago and has already attained the number one slot in the App Store. I’m sure you all know about Angry Birds Space, it is the latest version of the highly popular game and Rovio recently announced Angry Birds Space hit the 10 million downloads milestone in just three days.
Another top iOS app is the Draw Something app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and Apple iPad, which is the number one free app, number one paid app, and number one word game in over 80 countries. The Draw Something iOS app basically lets you draw something and will tell you what you have drawn, and has obviously become a very popular app.
As for future development of iOS apps, well we do know that there is a new iOS app in development by Warp 9, an e-commerce services provider and digital product development for mid-sized online resellers that has an agreement with J3L to develop an iOS app for the iPhone and Apple iPad called PrioritEZ, which is an iOS utility/entertainment app that will become available via the Apple App Store at some point in the future.
Of course unless you are deep into the app development community, it is somewhat difficult to comment on what new iOS apps will become available over say the next two years, so we’d like to take this opportunity to ask our readership a couple of questions concerning iOS apps.
Firstly we’d like to know what our readers consider the best iOS apps currently available to download, and also what apps you would like to see hit the iOS platform over the next couple of years.
Would you like future development of iOS apps to offer a better user experience, better gameplay, better graphics, a better interactive technology, or is there something else you would like to see happen with the future development of mobile apps? Feel free to let us know your views on iOS apps by dropping us a line to our comments area below.
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