As we have enter in the last month of this year, let’s take the flash back at Android top 5 most popular apps.
We have witness some of the most popular Android devices such as, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One, Sony Xperia Z1, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, HTC One Maxx, LG G2 and Google Nexus 5.
We also see the launch of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and Android 4.4 KitKat this year, but we miss out some apps which also played an important part in the success of operating system and devices.
First we have a unique JumpCam in line. The app was first arrive in Apple iPhone. JumpCam brought its video collaboration app to Android last month. This app lets users compose videos and solicit clips from friends to build a well-rounded collection of any specific event. Up to 30 clips can be added, each one lasting up to 10 seconds. The app works with all devices running Android 4.0 and above.
Next we have Tophatter. Three months after Tophatter took its fast-paced live auction marketplace to iPads, the startup launched the app for Android users too. Tophatter first arrived on the Web back in 2012 before hitting iPhones earlier this year. It sells itself as “the world’s most entertaining live marketplace”, letting buyers and sellers chat and network as they bid on items. We described it as “eBay on speed.”
On third position we have Rormix, This app help you to find music videos from unsigned artist based on bands you already like.
The team at Rormix hand-pick the bands included to ensure a certain level of quality, and future plans include incentivizing users to become influential tastemakers within the app by offering tickets and merchandise.
Then we have Hitlist for Android aims to help travelers find the best deals to their favorite destinations, taking the hassle (and some of the expense) out of booking air travel.
It’s a well-designed, simple app that aims to help you complete your bucket travel list on your own (financial) terms. You tell Hitlist where you want to go and it keeps an eye on a myriad of travel sites, letting you know when there’s a good deal to fly to any of your chosen locations.
At last we have Lifecake. It is designed to make it easy to share photos and videos with family and friends, and launched last month under the guidance of ex-Skype and ex-Yahoo execs.
Lifecake is striving to set itself apart from the pack by aiming for families parents that wish to keep other family members and friends up-to-date on their kids’ progress, but away from the prying eyes of an open social network.