Mobile Apps to Look Out for

Mobile Apps to Look Out for

Mobile Apps to Look Out for, as follows:

  • Facebook
    With at least 4.119 billion downloads, you wouldn’t be surprised by this app comes out on the top of the list. It has been plagued with everything from scandals to privacy breach to the #DeleteFacebook movement; but none of those seem to be enough to dethrone this king of social media. Still, not everyone is happy about this app. It has 10 million one-star ratings at the moment—maybe because it features pointless stuff that no one cares enough about.
  • Facebook Messenger
    Facebook Messenger has 3.408 billion downloads in its pocket. The app’s growing popularity is further enhanced by the availability of bots.
  • WhatsApp
    Facebook acquired WhatsApp in 2014 for $19 million and the app now bags a total of 2.979 billion downloads. In 2020 became the most widely used application by the public and the reports that the number of users continues to grow while accessing their gambling site.
  • Instagram
    This mobile app is another one owned by Facebook since its acquisition in 2012. Today, it has hit 1.843 downloads. It has 2 million one-star ratings.
  • Skype
    Claiming that Skype is the best service for video calling is a subject open to debate. It was, however, the first of such service that people widely accepted. And the 1.039 billion downloads is a number that speaks volume in itself.
  • Subway Surfers
    Subway Surfers is a runner game that boasts a total of 1.025 billion downloads.
  • Twitter
    With 833.858 million downloads, Twitter is the third most popular social app on Android after Facebook and Instagram.
  • Clean Master: Space Cleaner & Antivirus
    The app’s 833.739 million downloads comes as a surprise. The developer, Cheetah Mobile, is notorious for piling nag screens and bloatware onto its apps. Plus, RAM cleaner does not seem to be of any help or use beyond hurting the phone.
  • Candy Crush Saga
    The second most popular game on Android earns 805.826 million downloads.
  • Snapchat
    You can argue that Instagram has been ripping off Snapchat for its features and stuff. Still, Snapchat manages to secure its position as one of the most popular apps on Android with 782.837 million downloads and more than 150 million daily users.

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