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Top app developments for your mobile

One of the biggest stories in the world of tech over the past decade is how apps have revolutionised the way in which we live our daily lives. Now even the most humble software developer can quickly create and release an app that can transform how we do even the most basic tasks.

Social apps

Although the majority of newspaper headlines revolve around the likes of Facebook and Twitter, there have been several new social media apps released recently that look to upset these brand's dominance.

One of these is the fun Tossup app. This allows you to synchronise gatherings amongst groups of friends in a stress-free way so that you can create a poll that allows your peers to vote on how you'd all like to spend your time together. And the Freetime app makes socialising even easier by allowing you to simply send an update amongst friends in your locale that reveals whether you're busy, flexible, or up for going out.

Entertainment apps

Many movie companies have tried to jump on the app bandwagon with varying degrees of success, but the Official Star Wars app illustrates a more considered approach ahead of the new film's release on 14 December. Not only does it deliver exclusive Star Wars news to your mobile, but it also enables you to take a selfie with a stormtrooper, and get a weather forecast from your favourite Star Wars planet.

The online gaming world has also been shaken up by some highly-advanced software recently, with Lucky Nugget Casino leading the way with their range of blackjack, roulette, and pokies games now available in a much more convenient and simple format. And if all of the casino fun has left you needing a little relaxation, then the Prune app offers a soothing gaming alternative by providing you with the digital version of growing and maintaining your own on-screen plantlife!

Apps for daily life

Despite all of these innovations, it's often the mundane daily activities that have been most transformed by the app revolution.

If you're the kind of person that wants to make some savings plans, but never manages to keep hold of your money, then the free Qapital app provides an automatic way to save money and set yourself some realistic budget goals. And if you're in the realm of obsessing about figures, then the Numerous app provides a constantly-updated selection of the important numbers in your life whether it's a stock price or counting how many Twitter followers you have.