Top Mobile Apps To Download in 2016
So now that you have your satellite internet services set up in your home, you want to take advantage of it. There is no time like the present to connect all your mobile devices and start using your new found internet service. Downloading mobile apps is a great way to start utilizing you’re internet service. Each month there are tons of applications uploaded to the Android and iOS App Store in hopes of being discovered by willing users.
The Facebook app is very similar to the website in design and layout. It’s a great tool for keeping in touch, connecting with friends, staying up to date on current events and viewing photos/videos. With Facebook now reaching 1 Billion users, it’s safe to say that you won’t run out of other users to connect with.
- The Facebook App is available on iOS and Android.
2. Pokémon Go
Pokémon Go has become an overnight success, with over 50 Million downloads from the Google play store within the first 19 days on the market. The app latches on to nostalgia as the users try and ‘catch em all’ and catch all the pokemon characters. The interesting thing is the game uses GPS tracking to make users get outside to go to certain locations to collect different Pokemon.
This app has beaten other major apps like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for average time spent by users with time standing around 75 minutes.
- The Pokemon Go App is available on iOS and Android.
Spotify is a great app for streaming music and music discovery. Like other music streaming apps, Spotify have an impressive music library. Create your own playlist, check out different music stations and search out specific music.
- Spotify paid and free is available on iOS and Android.
Google knows that you’ll be spending a lot of your time looking at the default keyboard while on your phone. This is why Google has decided to launch their version of the keyboard simply named the Gboard. The Gboard now allows you to perform Google searches and add in images, GIF, emoji and other media content all without leaving your Facebook messenger, text messages, email or any other application. This makes the Gboard a very useful tool and a must have for all media lovers.
- Gboard is available on iOS and Android.
Evernote is an essential app for organization. With Evernote it’s like having your own personal notebook everywhere you go. Make notes, track tasks, save images, save articles all with in the app. You can even upload your own pages from a physical notebook to the app to be saved. Evernote makes it easy to share, search and find creatives ideas all while you’re on the go.
- Evernote is available on iOS and Android.
Periscope’s slogan is “explore the world through someone else’s eyes” and that is essentially what you can do with Periscope. Periscope allows you to livestream everything from hikes, concerts, bike rides to amusement parks. While you’re not livestreaming you can watch other user’s livestreams and join in the conversation while typing into the keyboard to type in questions and answers. You can archive videos as well to be viewed at a later time. This makes Periscope is a great app to download and enjoy.
- Periscope is available on iOS and Android.