Top 15 Apps Of The Decade, From YouTube To PUBG Mobile

Anil Singh - Dec 03, 2019


Top 15 Apps Of The Decade, From YouTube To PUBG Mobile

Here’s the list of top 15 apps and games that strongly affect and change our sense of well-being. 

The born of smartphones has paved a way for the rising development of mobile phone apps. Consecutively and continuously, we’ve seen immersive games, social networks, and dating apps take the world in each period of time, enjoying every moment of our digital life with at least one amongst all.

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Social media apps still dominate the list with a total of 5 candidates.

Here’s the list of top 15 apps and games that strongly affect and change the way we have another sense of well-being.

1. YouTube 

Service: A Google-owned video-sharing app.

First released: 2007

2. Amazon

Service: The most-visited e-commerce app across the globe.

First released: 2011

3. Google Maps

Service: The most popular app when people want to find a location.

First released: 2007

4. Facebook

Service: The must-have social network app for everyone.

First released: 2010

5. Twitter

Service: An app for people who want to keep up with news and opinions around the world.

First released: 2010  

6. WhatsApp

Service: A dedicate messaging platform, owned by Facebook

First released: 2009

7. Instagram

Service: The best place for people to share their photos and daily stories.

First released: 2010

8. Spotify

Service: Music streaming

First released: 2011

9. Netflix

Service: An app that exclusively streams amazing films and original content.

First released: 2010

9. Uber

Service: Ride-hailing app for those who don't want to drive a car themselves.

First released: 2011

10. Google Assistant/Siri/Alexa 

Service: Digital voice assistants to modernize our lives.

First released: 2010 (Siri), 2016 (Google Assistant), 2014 (Alexa)

11. Tinder

Service: A dating app that lets people discover others by swiping left and right.

First released: 2012 Tinder

12. Apple Pay / Google Pay

Service: Mobile payment apps that cut down the time for online purchases.

First released: 2014 (Apple Pay), 2015 (Google Pay)

13. Skype

Service: A Microsoft-backed video-call app that is free to use.

First released: 2009

14. PUBG Mobile

Service: A mobile version of the most addictive battle royale game throughout the history of gaming.

First released: 

15. Candy Crush Saga

Service: The most-downloaded puzzle game in the world.

First released: 2012

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