Top 11 Best IOS Browser Applications You Can Use in 2019

The Apple App Store has tons of applications claiming to be the best IOS browser, but only a few of them deliver. Today, we look at some of the best apps you can install in your iPhone or iPad to browse the internet with.


If we be honest, the default factory IOS browser is one of the best apps of its kind. A minimalistic design, easy to understand interface and fast page loading speed gives it everything that most look in their ideal web browser. It is good with every browser functions such as saving bookmarks, adding new tabs and private browsing among others and the security feature is extraordinary given that Apple itself trusts it. Also, you can add thousands of extensions in the Safari extension store, which can make using this program a fun experience.

However, the app is not perfect, and it does have its cons. The main one is that it is hard to customize. Some users might perceive the design as ‘boring’ and sometimes it might be hassle closing pop-ups. Continue reading “Top 11 Best IOS Browser Applications You Can Use in 2019”

Top 14 Impressive Camera Apps for Android in 2019

Camera in an android device is about hardware for the most part. However, the application that you use also plays some role in how good the final image turns out. After all, it is all about the easiness of using the interface and editing options. Here, we look at some of the best camera apps for android in 2019.

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How to Create an Android App Without Coding? 11 Platforms

Creating an android app is not easy, but at the same time, it is not as tough as many think. Especially when these days, you can create an android app without coding. And today, we help you with exactly that.

So, How Can You Create an Android Application without Codes?

The answer is straightforward- all you do is go through some software’s and learn to use one as per your convenience. These software, known as app development software let you drag and drop items in the screen. And when you do that, they automatically generate codes on the background. You can type things, add menus and multimedia items and the necessary coding is simultaneously done by the program itself. This way, you can easily create applications. Creating applications through these programs might take time, but you are going to free yourself from a lot of troubles writing and correcting long codes. Continue reading “How to Create an Android App Without Coding? 11 Platforms”

Best Apps for Events, Conferences, & Meetings in 2019

If you’re doing business in 2019—regardless of the specific industry you’re in—there’s a pretty good chance you’ve been to a conference, even, trade show, meeting, or a similar event for your industry in the past year.

Perhaps you were an attendee looking to network and drum up business,  a presenter or keynote speaker sharing your knowledge, or manning your company’s booth at your annual industry trade show. Or, perhaps you may have been responsible for organizing an event or conference, which is no easy task. Continue reading “Best Apps for Events, Conferences, & Meetings in 2019”

Mobile App Development: 4 Things You Need To Know Before Getting an App for your Business

Mobile App Development

 Mobile applications have become a vital business tool in this mobile-first world. Many small businesses race to get mobile app development done for one reason: to improve their business.

If you are planning to get a mobile app developed that’s good for you.

However, there are many things you’ll need to consider to successfully turn your ideas into an app that suits your business needs. Continue reading “Mobile App Development: 4 Things You Need To Know Before Getting an App for your Business”

Beat Your Competitors’ App Downloads And Improve Your Karma At The Same Time

If you have ever thumbed through “The Discipline of Market Leaders”, there are three essential business tactics – innovation (product leadership), operational brilliance (cost leadership) and customer intimacy (service leadership) – your business can execute that will drive your competitors off the deep end. The authors advise you pick just one of the above elements and unearth ways to apply it superbly well while staying competitive in the other two attributes. Only then will you stand out and become the market leader of your domain, where bigger apps and games as CSGO take all the market, and there are even sites online where you can get  CS:GO Matchmaking Rating systems and to find out how price affects elo boosting quality for the ELO video game.

Today, however, you will need to append two more attributes – using to manage  your marketing and increase your sale, and Social Responsibility Leadership – which is the ability to do good and to do it sincerely well.

Don’t believe in karma? Then it’s time to start having faith in reaping whatever you sow. Times have changed and today’s app consumers are not only concerned with how innovate or how economical or how responsive you are. They are likely to be very critical of you, both as an app developer and as a human being. It doesn’t matter whether you are an individual app developer or an organization. Consumers want to know how socially responsible you are.

sea-shepherd30% of The Apptivist Studio’s app revenue is donated to Sea Shepherd, an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization. Source:

Want to stand out among your competition? Then donate part of you app revenue to charity. Or allow users to donate to a charity of their choice.

minke-rescueMinke Rescue by The Apptivist Studio. 30% of its $1.99 download price tag goes to Sea Shepherd. Source:

80% of consumers will switch to you if they deem you charitable, provided the price and quality are competitive. Being socially responsible offers one of the best chances for you to build user loyalty because users like doing business with companies or developers committed to making a positive impact on the world. And donating to charity is an easy way to measure how socially responsible you are.

shopkickShopkick rewards users for walking into a store. They can then redeem the credits for merchandise or give them away to charity. Source:

Users who download your app also feel positive about themselves because they would be associated with an app developer who cares about the world. They will spread the word.

So, yeah, whatever goes around does indeed come around.


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How To Create Apps That Will Get You Your Dream Girl

We all know the prickly problems geeky app developers face when it comes to girls. Although monstrously huge in intellect, you are shy, socially inept and awkward. You have difficulties expressing yourself and your newest best friend is Siri. Yes, iOS Siri. The likelihood of you getting a girlfriend dwindles to the single digits as you move from a quasi-geek to the ultimate geek.

Unless you have Emotional Misattribution all figured out.

People always say there is something about cable cars and love, you will even find about it on the specialist info. Jim and his girlfriend, Sophia, ride in a cable car that is, at the moment, hanging and swinging precariously hundreds feet above a canyon. Sophia’s heart rate is higher than usual and she is nervous. The anxiety Sophia feels, now hear me out, can be incorrectly attributed to feelings toward you. That’s emotional misattribution. And if Jim were to get down on his knee and proposes to Sophia at the zenith of her physiological arousal, she might very well accept it. Now you appreciate the connection between cable cars and love.

scary-mazeScary Maze is very effective in terrifying the crap out of users because it forces them to focus intently on the app before a screaming, ugly face suddenly jumps out at them. Source:

Now, back to you geeky app developers trying to get a girl to say yes to becoming your girlfriend. Create an app that makes her adrenaline surge and brings out the intense focus in her. Personalize the app for her. Play it together with her. Chances are her brains will misinterpret her dry mouth and rapid heartbeats to the person sitting next to her – you; she’ll think it’s because she likes you!


Even a simple idea like a math challenge app can get one’s adrenaline flowing and cause physiological arousal – and emotional misattribution – in the person playing it together with you. Source:

And at the pinnacle of her nail-biting tension, when you see beads of sweat forming on her sensuous lips, ask her to be your girlfriend. She wouldn’t know what hit her and will gasp out a YES.

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Paint Your In-App Deals Red To Hustle More Men Into Buying

It turns out that bulls are not the only ones going berserk when they see red. Apparently men, too, are knocked a little senseless when they meet this color of power, fortune and joy.

Oddly enough, products with prices colored in red elicit an upbeat feeling in men. Men actually perceive greater savings on these products. Whoa!

Here’s an additional fact that will surely entice app developers: Although the percentage of male and female gamers are about equal nowadays, men outspend women 9 to 1 on virtual goods (MocoSpace, 2011).

bejeweledWant your male app users to think your best deal is really a best deal? Then make the best deal price red! Source: Bejeweled Blitz

Armed with these two pieces of information, you can now cash in on a man’s weakness for the color red and get them to empty their pockets on your app. In your in-app purchase, color your price red. Or if you have a list of price options, color your “Best Deal” red. Make us men believe we are getting good value for our money.

And what about women? Surprisingly (or not), they are unmoved by any form of price coloring because they have a habit of meticulously analyzing a “best deal” before making a purchase decision.

It’s time to admit it. When it comes to the color red, men are shallow.

Are Men Seduced by Red? The Effect of Red Versus Black Prices on Price Perceptions

Want Free Advertisement For Your App? Then Make It Effortless For Users To Brag

A chum of mine recently shared a video on Facebook of his three-year-old daughter howling like a coyote as she danced and pranced away. It was ten seconds of such concentrated cuteness that I thought I might have a heart attack and die.

We so love our FB and Twitter because they allow us to be heard. And man, do we love to be heard. A cousin has no qualms about updating her status more than twenty times a day, ranting about work and boasting about her vibrant social life. Her equally bizarre coworker manages to tweet in excess of a hundred messages daily.

Your app should allow users to be heard. Better still, your app must allow users to brag about their accomplishments.

temple-runTemple Run allows a player to tweet their scores, be it their personal best or a record-smashing one. Source:

Bragging rights is, well, our right. All of us need to be praised and accepted, and one way to fulfill this need is to brag about our activities, and hope to be commended. We have an insatiable ego and the longing to feel important. One of the channels to satisfy and the feed the ego’s daily cravings is to, well, brag.

eatwillgrowEatWillGrow lets a proud user broadcast his score on Twitter. Source:

Allowing an app user to brag about their deeds encourages continuous usage. Your app which tolerates bragging keeps its current users hooked because you let them continue bragging. They post their high scores and achievements on their Facebook timeline and tweet about them, knowing very well their friends will witness their triumphs.

bejeweled-post Bejeweled Blitz allows you to blow your own horn on Facebook. Source:

Apps like Bejeweled Blitz go further than just tweets, integrating deeply with Facebook to provide competition among friends and encouraging continuous app play. A message pops up on your notification panel. Your high school mate has overtaken your highest score. Besides clenching your fists until your knuckles go white, what would you do? Fire up your own Bejeweled Blitz app and try to outdo him, of course.

bejeweled-competitionBejeweled Blitz lets Facebook friends compete with each other, encouraging continuous app play. Source:

Moreover,  braggers lure new users who will likely be curious about your app every time some self-praising message appears on their Facebook timeline or Tweeter page. Downloading and trying out your app is very tempting indeed, when you have friends bragging about their feats with it.

To some, braggers are a downright narcissistic lot. But, unless you check yourself into a monastery, one’s ego can never be eliminated. Users are itching to talk big. Give in and activate that bragging module in your app.

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Online Shopping

Going on a cyber shopping spree and don’t know where to start? It’s easier than ever to shop and save online.

Online shopping is a form of electronic commerce which allows consumers to directly buy goods or services from a seller over the Internet using a web browser. … The largest of these online retailing corporations are Alibaba,, and eBay.

Thanks to the addiction accessibility of our smartphones, shopping for the latest and greatest no longer requires a trip to the mall. Skip the lines and cut down on search time just by shopping The Fifth Collection and keeping these top-rated apps at your fingertips! From gifts to gown rentals, your next amazing find — or routine purchase — is now closer than ever.

Consumers Are Irrational. One would think that with most apps being free or priced at $0.99, a $14.99 app would scare any potential users away. Au contraire! We, the irrational ones, always tend to value something more if that something is pricier. Exploit this irrational mentality to price your app higher. If you own a cool app that sits in a unique category, why should you give it out for free or sell it at $0.99? Why not put a premium on the app and make users perceive the app as valuable?

Consumers Will Not Have Perfect Information especially if your app sits alone in the blue ocean and is category-defining. Pricing your awesome app at $29.99 a pop may be a random act on your part, but consumers will have no idea. Why? Because there are no competing apps for them to compare your app against. How then would users react to your $29.99 app? If it’s pricey, it must be wonderful.

In the app world, all these are good and well only if your app is cool and makes a difference.

When copycats come in with similar apps at competitive prices, consumers will finally have something to compare your app against. And they will start making some rational decisions. Many will buy the cheaper, competing apps. And when you, at long last, run out of bullets in the price war, you will give your once overpriced app away for free, resulting in a second download spike, of course for this you also need to allow several payment options, from credit cards and paypal.

Then it’s back to the drawing board for the next killer app.

Consumer Decisions Through Scarcity and the Perception of Value by Yu-kai Chou
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