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06. 21. 2011

Discovr recommends iPhone apps


There are so many apps available in the Apple store that most of the time you just end up downloading one that's been recommended, instead of looking for the one you really need.

A new application called Discovr aims to help you find the perfect apps by showing you which are similar through the use of clever "app family trees".

The app is a very clever way of visualizing which apps are similar to one another and it's much more user friendly than browsing a text heavy list. Hopefully it'll allow other lesser known apps to be uncovered too, which will be much more beneficial to users and developers alike.

Via Gizmodo. Image via the Apple Store.

Posted by Becca    Category: cell phones
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