AppCraver Satisfies

There are a lot of great iPhone apps out there. There are a lot of crappy ones too. How can you tell the difference before you buy them? Well, there are a few ways. You can read the public reviews in the apps store for starters. While the rating systems and personal comments can be helpful, they can also contain a bunch of spam that takes time to wade through. You can download the FreeWare version and give it a test spin before making the plunge. That’s a notable option if the app you want offers a free version, but often times they are buggy and saturated with ads. Or you could be a knowledgeable, proactive, and responsible consumer and go to AppCraver to get a thorough and comprehensive review on just about every iPhone app on the planet. Plus all the cool kids are using AppCraver these days.

Easy Navigation

What I like most about AppCraver is the navigation bar on the left side of the screen. All the apps are categorized for easy access. They also have the top rated Pay and Free apps all conveniently located at the top and accessible with a click of the mouse. Once inside you will find each app in that category ranked and rated so you can see at a glance which ones to focus on first. Alternatively, if you know the name of the app you want to check out, you can just put it in the search box and find it instantly. If you like what you see, hit the [BUY] button and you’re off and running like a champ.

While getting the skinny on the latest apps is a fine feature all on its own, it’s not the only thing you can find on AppCraver. They even offer great deals on iPhone accessories, and my favorite, interviews with the movers and shakers of the app development world. How cool is that?

One unexpected feature was the App Developer page that lists development companies looking for iPhone/iPad app developers. This is a great resource for both the person wanting to jumpstart their app developing career and app development companies looking for new or experienced talent to add to their growing business.

App Developer Job Listings

If you have an iPhone or iPad, you should definitely add AppCraver to your favorites list. I found it to be a fun and enjoyable experience, and most of all, very informative.

Article  By: Michael A. Walker
Images : ©

No comments:

Post a Comment